Your Business
Budget 2024: what does it mean for you and your business

Catriona Coady

Yesterday, the government unveiled a €14bn spend-and-save budget package. How will it impact the individuals, families, and entrepreneurs that we serve?

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Your Investments
Taking stock: six questions about our investment outlook

Joe Prendergast

Much has changed since we published our 2022-2026 Investment Outlook. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has clouded the investment outlook, adding to inflation and interest rate concerns, and, against this backdrop of increased uncertainty, some of our assumptions have changed.

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Your Family
Inheritance planning: why conversation is critical

Catriona Coady

In the first instalment of a three-part inheritance-focused series, we look at the need for transparency and the importance of preparing the beneficiaries of inheritance for the receipt of wealth.

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