Would you move in with your elderly parents? It may just be the home of the future.

Would you move in with your elderly parents? It may just be the home of the future.

The inspiration for this week’s topic comes from Mary Condell from Sage Advocacy, one of my guests at the information evening I hosted on the Fair Deal Scheme and enduring power of attorney last Thursday week. She kicked off by asking which one of us doesn’t want to keep on living in our own home. What would your answer be?

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Don’t confuse suffering through the ‘bad times’ as an automatic entitlement to share in the ‘good times’

Don’t confuse suffering through the ‘bad times’ as an automatic entitlement to share in the ‘good times’

I was asked to answer a reader’s question on investing in property for the Sunday Times Ireland Edition last Sunday. I’m sharing it with you this morning with a post-script based on broadcaster John Bowman’s rather harsh treatment at the hands of the Residential Tenancies Board, which, I think you’ll agree, supports my general argument.

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Why financial advice needs to be tailored to You

Why financial advice needs to be tailored to You

Situations that superficially appear to be similar may be drastically different when they are delved into. Doling out the same advice in these circumstances could lead to devastating result in each case.

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On your marks, get set…

On your marks, get set…

A big welcome to the many new subscribers to my mailing list over Christmas, and thanks to my many loyal readers for sticking around. 2018 may have slipped by in a flash, but don’t let 2019 go by without doing some all important planning for your future.

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