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Finance
Top tips for student budgeting
Anne Finnegan
New to personal finance? It’s nothing to be afraid of. Anne Finnegan is here with some helpful tips for first-time budgeters.
12 January 2022 Money Mentor
Money Mentor: money tips for farming families in 2022
Money Mentor Margaret Nolan gives some tips on finances and banking for the year ahead.
3 November 2021 Consumer
Consumer Watch: the deadline is on to claim your tax back
The financial burden of Christmas could be made easier if you claim your tax back now, writes Ciara Leahy.
Are you self-employed? Here’s the low-down on pensions and tax savings
Did you know October is financial planning month? Financial planner Barry John Ryan outlines some need-to-know financial info for those who are self-employed.
6 October 2021 Consumer
‘Do not panic, do not worry’
Freshers’ Week; a smorgasbord of events organised with the sole purpose of introducing you to all your fellow first years, those introductions can spark a lifetime of friendship. Writes Fiona Alston
15 September 2021 Education
Consumer: get a better understanding of your BER
An overhaul of the BER Advisory Report has made it easier for consumers to see what areas of their home needs to be more energy efficient and how much it will actually cost, writes Ciara Leahy.
4 August 2021 Consumer
Dear Miriam: I’m not happy about my daughter pursuing a career in art
Dear Miriam, my daughter wants to go to art college and I’m very unhappy about it
5 May 2021 Ask Miriam
Consumer: upskilling your business
A post-COVID-19 world is in sight. We don’t know how long it will take, but when we get there, we want to be ready to embrace it financially. Ciara Leahy chats to Susan Haye Culleton about upskilling
10 March 2021 Consumer
Living Life: how to be good with money
Eoin McGee has just released his first book 'How to be Good with Money', taking the complications out of your money matters.
1 April 2020 Living Life
'I just remember being totally overwhelmed and wondering what to do'
She might have been recently named “Accountant of the Year”, but Eilis Quinlan’s extraordinary journey began while trying to save the family farm, writes Maria Moynihan
4 September 2019 Features
Brexit causes £12m pension deficit in SRUC
The result of the EU membership referendum in the UK has had an impact on bond yields, which has had a negative effect on the SRUC's pension pot.
3 January 2018 Scotland
Improving your finances
The better prices and good weather have improved dairy farmers' finances, but not for all of them. Peter Young looks at how farmers can gain more from what they have.
26 July 2017 Money Mentor