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How To Live Longer – 8 Things Every Irish Person Can Do

livelongerAccording to the World Health Organisation, the average Irish person has a life expectancy of 81.4 years. Living a long life is one thing but how to we lead as long, full, fun and health life as possible? In an article written by Irish Life titled ‘How to Live Longer – 8 Things Every Irish Person Can do’ they set out 8 things that every Irish person can do to help them live longer which include.

Planning your Retirement Income

Where will your retirement income come from?

Pension Planning1Need Pension advice 

Have you considered what your income will be in retirement? For many people retirement income will come for different sources. Here we take a look at the main ones.

 

 

 

Housing Market Bulletin Dec 2016

AIB Treasury Economic Research Unit

Housing Market Bulletin Dec 2016
The Irish residential property market continues to dominate public and political discourse. Recently, a lot of attention has centred on issues such as the help-to-buy scheme, the altering of the Central Bank mortgage regulations and rent control. In Budget 2017, the Government outlined a scheme that will provide %rst-time buyers with a rebate of income tax paid over the previous four years of up to 5% of the purchase price of a new home, up to a maximum value of €400,000. The Government hopes that this measure can provide some level of certainty to developers regarding housing demand, thereby boosting new supply.

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