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Your Investments
Closing the financial literacy gap

Women face other positions of financial vulnerability, such as divorcees or single-parent households, and so, financial independence and literacy is a critical issue for all women.

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Your Investments
Family succession planning: passing on property

Catriona Coady

Here we outline the most popular ways that clients can protect property wealth.

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Your Investments
Stay diversified – and stay the course: Wealth Matters, Q1 2022

Joe Prendergast

In this issue of Wealth Matters, we present our views on the investment landscape and explore a wealth planning theme to help build and protect our clients' wealth.

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Your Investments
Investing in property through your pension

Martin O'Hora

How can I use my pension fund to purchase a property? Martin O’Hora, Director at Goodbody Pensioneer Trustees, presents a few simple guidelines.

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Your Family
Housebuilding rebounds after lockdown freeze

Dermot O'Leary

Decline in output postpones long-term recovery in supply

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Your Investments
Diversification + time = long-term rewards

Bernard Swords

Asset allocation is the most important element of our investment process

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Your Family
Passing on property

Catriona Coady

How to keep it in the family

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Your Career
Divorce: protecting your net worth

Catriona Coady

Shorter waiting period comes with financial risks

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