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14 Oct

Budget 2016

Budget 2016 The Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, and the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, have delivered Budget 2016, their last before the upcoming General Election. The measures announced include lowering some...

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09 Jun

Our Director Duncan Duke is appointed to the Board of PIBA

We are delighted to announce that Inverdea’s director Duncan Duke has been elected to the board of directors of  PIBA - the Professional Insurance Brokers Association. Duncan will be chairman of the brokers representation sub-committee. 

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24 Apr

Zurich Easy Access Bond

Zurich has launched a nil surrender penalty investment bond this year with a closing date of 30/04/2015. The deadline is fast approaching…. Easy Access – A customer can invest from €5,000 to a maximum of...

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03 Nov

In your 50s? You’ve worked hard so reap the benefits now

You have worked hard over the years, and now you may be thinking about the biggest holiday of your life - your retirement. Your financial priority now should be to maximise the tax benefits you...

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15 Oct

Our Budget 2015 Summary

The Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, and the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, have delivered Budget 2015. This Budget signifies a turning point in Ireland’s economic health and an end to the...

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07 Oct

3 Things You Should Know About Pensions

Here at Inverdea Financial Services we are currently in, what the industry likes to call, 'Pensions Season' so here are three things we believe everyone should know about pensions: 1. Pension Investment Fund Is your...

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29 Sep

Pension levy arguably the most successful and most unjust revenue-raising measure

Of all the revenue-raising measures introduced over the past five years, the pension levy is arguably the most successful and the most unjust. Since 2011, the Government will have expropriated some €2 billion of people’s...

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22 Sep

The Top 4 Costly Pension Mistakes

A personal view from Ian Cooke, head of investments at FBD Financial Solutions.   Hands up who finds pensions interesting? On the basis that practically no one is reading this with an upright arm, it...

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01 Sep

Ensuring a Prosperous Retirement

We all want to ensure that we will be able to live comfortably in retirement. Basically this means we need to have built up a fund when we stop working which will be sufficient to...

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25 Aug

Guard your Plum Pension against Tax

Most of us would prefer a large pension pot to a small one. However, if you've built up a large pension pot through a defined contribution scheme, you still can't rest easy.   One of...