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Category: Pensions

Money tops list of worries for Irish

A recent study commissioned by Royal London has found that twice as many people in Ireland worry about ‘money’ compared to ‘health. Joe Charles, head of proposition at Royal London said financial issues topped the poll as the most common cause of worry. “While there

Bolster your pension savings with 40% tax back

With tax time right around the corner now is the time to make the most of your pension contributions by taking advantage of the government’s tax back scheme. Claiming your reward for saving for your retirement is easy and straightforward when you make a lump

Financial education at your workplace from Hennelly Finance

Did you know Hennelly Finance offers free seminars on financial matters for employees at their place of work? Our qualified and highly experienced financial advisors are available to provide advice and deliver presentations on a range of financial matters including retirement planning, savings and money

The new Total Contribution Approach: what does it mean for you?

Pensions are serious business and being comfortable in retirement is a key concern for most people with a pension plan. That’s why the government’s recent announcement about the implementation of a Total Contribution Approach for calculating a person’s entitlement to the State Pension (Contributory) is

Focus on Pensions

Yesterday’s Sunday Business Post included a special report on Pensions which is a very worthwhile read. The good news is we are all living longer. However, if you want to retire before age 68 without suffering a big drop in income, you need a plan.

Top tips for a prosperous retirement

Retirement should be a time to sit back and enjoy life, not to worry about how you are going to make ends meet. Here are our top tips to help you plan for a prosperous retirement. Think about how long you might live Most of

Saving for Retirement

Most of us won’t be sitting pretty when we retire, according to a new survey that shows employees aren’t saving enough. A new study shows that Irish people aren’t saving nearly enough towards their retirement and may be in for a nasty surprise when they

Budget 2015 Summary

As part of our commitment to keeping you up to date with industry developments we have prepared a Budget Summary. The summary outlines the key developments announced by the Minster for Finance, Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, which impact