Question: We have just bought our first house and are wondering should we go Fixed or Variable with our mortgage?
Answer: Variable rates in Ireland are falling and are likely to continue to do so as they are some of the highest in Europe. I would suggest that you could opt for Variable and review your options in possibly 9 months or so.
Issue: False injury claims inflating motor insurance costs. Read more..
Issue: BREXIT and how it may affect your finances.
Comment: Whilst there has been considerable publicity over Britain’s decision to leave the EU, there has also been a lot of “scaremongering” which has worried some people. It will take many years for Britain’s departure to be completed. In fact, stockmarkets Read more..
A couple seek advice in relation to their mortgage – Fixed rate or Variable? False injury claims inflating Motor Insurance costs and the benefit of changing your current account from one bank to another.
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David discusses BREXIT and the new rules that benefit holders of Retirement Bonds.
Age Action launches video on Elder Financial Abuse – Financial inaction is guaranteed to cost you money – The housing crisis.
David discusses the new account from PTSB. He also answers the following questions from listeners:
“I am considering making an investment but I am concerned about what may happen in connection with Britain leaving the E.U, what is your advice?”
“I live in Scotland and have a considerable sum of money on deposit in Ireland. Is it a good time to take money to the UK with the exchange rate and will I be liable for taxes in Scotland?”