Water Charges and Homelessness

July 7, 2020

In April 2012 the Government confirmed households would be liable for over €800 million needed to establish a water company. This included interest payments on a loan from the National […]

Tips for getting mortgage ready

June 30, 2020

Lenders now look closely at basic income; bonuses and overtime cannot be guaranteed to be taken into account when a lender is assessing your application. Make sure you have six […]

What is a mortgage?

June 23, 2020

A mortgage is a loan required to finance the purchase of a property. It allows individuals to buy a property now and pay for it over a number of years. […]

Business Risks emerging from lock-down

June 16, 2020

Coronavirus has caused tragic loss of life; impacted our physical and mental health and exacted a painful toll on livelihoods and the economy. Businesses are counting the cost of lost […]

Financial Advice – Broker v Bank

June 9, 2020

Many people go to a bank when they want advice on Mortgages, Investments and Pensions. If this is your strategy, you may be missing out on some very significant benefits. […]

What is Income Protection?

June 2, 2020

Many people believe that their most valuable asset is their home. In fact, your income is your most valuable asset because it governs how you and your family live. How […]