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Vital to protect your valuable house deeds
IF you have been chipping away at your mortgage . . . perhaps you put your SSIA into it earlier this year . . .
BEST BUYS Prepare for the worst
THE Irish economy has enjoyed a period of sustained growth and prosperity over the last 10 years and has not seen really tough times for
Best home for your cash ? First Active's Regular Saver Account is best for small and large regular savers with an interest rate of 4.
A seer or a sucker?
HOW good an investor are you? If you're like the average Joe or Jane, you think . . . for sure . . .
Keeping wealth healthy
There is a school of thought that suggests that to be wealthy brings its own problems, ones which the majority of the population of more
Popularity of PRSAs rises but still lag traditional pensions
ASSETS in Personal Retirement Savings Accounts (PRSAs) have nearly doubled in the last year, from 646m at the end of the third quarter 2006 to
The deal on savings
SAVVY savers can now earn a top-notch interest rate of 7% on nearly 50,000 a year.
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