The main purpose of financial protection is to make sure you or your family won't have financial problems if a misfortune like an accident, death or illness happens in your family. All protection policies are designed to replace lost income and provide a money benefit when it is needed most. Click here to find out more about protection [more details]
We all have things for which we want to save. Most of us put away a few euro every month into our bank or building society account to save for our next holiday or to build up some savings for the unexpected. Deposit accounts are generally good for short-term saving needs, but these accounts offer unattractive growth potential. Reasons for longer term savings include saving for a long held dream, a child's education or a down-payment on a house. These could put a high dent in your family finances. The solution to these increasing costs is to plan ahead. This will ensure that in future you do not have to borrow at high interest rates or re-mortgage your home. Click here to find out more about savings [more details]
Due to increased life expectancy you can look forward to spending up to a third of your life in retirement, but you may not relish the idea of living on the State Pension. A third of your life is a very long time to support yourself from day to day without a pay cheque, never mind paying for luxuries like travel or hobbies you will have time to enjoy because you are not working. Click here to find out more about pensions [more details]
Is your money working hard enough? If it is sitting in a deposit account earning historically low interest rates then it probably is not. The world of investments has undergone many changes in recent years. Stockmarkets are becoming a bigger element of everyday life. The selection of investment products available has also increased. Maybe it's time you reviewed your investment position. Investing your money sensibly can provide you with security for the future. Click here to find out more about Investments [more details]
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