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Banks lobby to link accountability laws to lifting of bonus ban

Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI) has warned members of the Oireachtas finance committee that planned new laws to make ...
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Health Insurance Authority proposes reduction to health insurance levy

Health insurance premiums look set to decrease as a result of the Health Insurance Authority’s recommendation of a one-off cut ...
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Most renters hope to own their own home – survey

A majority of renters still hope to own their own homes, according to research by a State housing body. However, ...
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Energy, services boost euro zone inflation as expected in September

More expensive energy and services boosted euro zone inflation as expected in September, data showed today, with core inflation also ...
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Views of the public sought on future of tax and welfare

A public consultation is being launched today on the work of the Commission on Taxation and Welfare. Established earlier this ...
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Business insurance costs up 15% despite reforms survey finds

The cost of insurance for businesses and voluntary groups continues to rise despite reductions in the value of certain personal ...
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Personal injury awards down 40% due to new guidelines, report finds

The value of average awards for personal injuries made by the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) has fallen by 40% ...
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Brexit Impact Loan Scheme opens for applications

The Brexit Impact Loan Scheme, which is designed to help SMEs, farmers and fishers respond to the impact of Brexit ...
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Budget to compensate most households for price growth – ESRI

The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) has said Budget 2022 will on average compensate most households for price growth ...
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