Already the dreaded ‘Back-to-School’ campaigns are in full swing and September will be upon us in no time. And with this comes the worries of back-to-school preparation and of course the cost that comes with it. A recent Mummypages.ie survey said €196 is spent in the average household on uniforms each year. Barnardos have recently […]Read more
Previous to the bank collapse and beginning of the global recession in 2008, if you were insolvent bankruptcy was the only available option for settlement of your debts. Now when you’re able to pay your debts or liabilities there are new debt resolution methods as of 2013. Introduced under the Personal Insolvency Act 2012 and […]Read more
On July 24th a meeting was held between Google, Yahoo, Microsoft (Bing) and the EU Data Protection Authorities to discuss our ‘right to be forgotten’. The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) gave a ruling in May which gave us the right to require search engines to remove a search result which includes […]Read more
As Ireland’s housing market continues to recover since the crash in 2008, is there a mini property bubble beginning to develop in Dublin? According to the Central Statistics Office the national residential property price index has increased by 7.8% during the year to March 2014. This compares with an increase of 8.1% in February and […]Read more
WHAT IS BANKRUPTCY Bankruptcy is one way of dealing with debts you cannot pay. Bankruptcy proceedings free you from overwhelming debts so you can make a fresh start, subject to some restrictions; and make sure your assets are shared out fairly among your creditors. Bankruptcy normally lasts for 3 years. The […]Read more
Top Wasters of Household Income you can Stop Bargain clothes shopping: People who pride themselves on being frugal or sale shoppers usually focus on the bargain aspect of a purchase rather than their future use of the purchase. An item is not a bargain even if it is advertised at “50% off” […]Read more
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