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Granting your Switch Wish

It is obvious that the changing mortgage rules have made it more difficult for first time buyers to enter the property market in recent years. Despite recent changes allowing for a decrease in the necessary deposit required (abolishing the 225,000…

Taking the Fear out of Arrears

Following on from the economic crisis and the subsequent increase in the cost of living and decrease in available work, many thousands of Irish people have been left in mortgage arrears which is a very stressful and uncertain position to be…

Offshore Disclosure Notification

It can often be difficult to remain abreast of changes to procedures in the financial sector if your business is not operating within this sector. Unfortunately it is essential to be aware of any changes which may affect your business operations. The…

Kick Bills before Buckets

With Irish people now beginning to get a foothold on the property ladder later in life, we are also beginning to start families slightly later and as such, thoughts often turn to what provisions can be made for your family in the unfortunate…

Neither a borrower nor a lender be

January is often a time of financial uncertainty for many people as the spending sprees of December leave somewhat of a hole in the pockets and we begin to add to our savings once more. The January sales offers a slight boost to the retail sector…

FUNDING THE WAY IN THE DARK

Following the economic downturn, one of the largest business groups to suffer were Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). A key component of these types of businesses is often their reliance on funding options and flexible payment terms in order…

BOLDLY GOING WHERE NO FINANCE HAS GONE BEFORE

A topic we touch on quite regularly is Irish Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). These are a continuing topic due to the fact that SMEs are fast becoming a backbone of Irish business and employment, with them accounting for over half of all…

WHOSE CASH IS IT ANYWAY?

In recent weeks, we have talked quite a lot about the current funding options available for Irish Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). As SMEs continue to become a large part of the Irish economy during the recovery, their funding has been an…

YOU TALKING TO SME?

There is no disputing the fact that the past couple of weeks have been one of uncertainty for our little island as confusion and lack of clarity reigned supreme following the general election as we were without government until decisions could…

SHOW SME THE MONEY!

The question of financing can often be the difference between taking action on setting up your own business, and deciding not to go ahead with it. Certainly in recent years, financing has become somewhat of a fraught term with cash flow…