Charges on Current Bank Accounts in Ireland

The options for current accounts in Ireland have shrunk in 2023 as Ulster Bank and KBC have withdrawn from the Irish market. There are some new online-only banks that are competing with established banks – such as Revolut and N26. The majority of the banks in Ireland have some sort of transaction fees or admin […]
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Home Insurance Price Comparison 2023

Home Insurance in Ireland is not compulsory – but if you have a mortgage your lender will insist on buildings insurance being in place.Even if you don’t have a mortgage, it is wise to have home insurance so you can claim to repair or replace buildings, contents and valuables if there is a burglary, fire […]
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Best Place to Buy US Dollars in Ireland

Best Place to Buy US Dollars in Ireland  The Euro to US Dollar exchange rate changes every day – but by comparing the exchange rates offered on a specific day we can get a pretty accurate indicator of where is probably the best place to buy your US Dollars currency in Ireland before you travel […]
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An Post Smart Current Account Charges

An Post launched a new current bank account in 2017  called the “Smart Current Account”.  Their press release called it a “game-changer”  and highlighted the MoneyBack feature , claiming that customers could save €660 a year. That moneyback feature ended in April 2021. We have taken a closer look at this An Post account to […]
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