Savings Accounts for Children

Starting a savings account for a child is a good way of getting them in the habit of putting money aside for the future. Every year at First Communion time thousands of Catholic children get given cash gifts.  A recent survey found that the average amount was €463. This can be a good time to […]
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Low Interest Loans for People on Social Welfare or Pensions

A government-backed scheme using Credit Unions to provide low-cost loans was rolled out nationwide in 2018 . These small loans with low-interest rates are known as Micro Credit. The loans are called It Makes Sense loans – and aim to provide small, low-interest loans for people on Social Welfare or State Pensions aged 18 or […]
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Summary of Deposit Guarantees in Ireland

We understand the following protection is in place with the following institutions: This is the latest information on the level of guarantee or protection for money held in Irish financial institutions or those operating in Ireland. Updated in March 2013 Post Office Savings Bank; . Irish Government guarantees all deposits with no end date Under […]
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