Financial Planning

June 14, 2018
Financial Planning

Getting Married? 3 ways a couple can combine their funds

Excitement will build as you await your upcoming nuptials, let us start by saying congratulations to you both. While we know that you can't wait until you say I do, we also know that you’re probably deliberating over the tricky question, "how to combine your money as a couple".
May 3, 2018
Retirement saving small

4 important money milestones to aim for in your 30s

When you’re in your 30s, retirement feels like it's a long way off and the thought of a pension is often low on the list of priorities. Subsequently, being in your 30s seems to make you feel a bit more like an adult and the realisation that you’re already halfway to pension age can be quite daunting.
April 11, 2018
Saving money for kids

Do’s and Don’ts when teaching children the basics about money

Establishing good money habits at an early age for your children is important as it builds a strong foundation for when your kids become adults. By teaching your kids to become more financially savvy, you also impart other valuable life skills, such as being responsible.
March 27, 2018
Irish Mortgages

Room to Improve: Self-Build Mortgage

Lately it seems like the majority of people in Ireland have seen at least one episode of Room To Improve on a Sunday night. Dermot Bannon's home improvement show is fast-becoming our new favourite obsession and with spring upon us, now is a good time to start thinking about building your own home.
February 12, 2018
family holiday

How to plan your First Family Holiday – Includes Printable Checklist

The longer evenings are starting to creep back in and summer holidays are now a massive talking point.  Many of you may be planning to take your first family holiday.