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Do I Have Enough Life Insurance?

I’ve been carrying out lots of client review meetings recently – something which all advisers should do by the way so if yours doesn’t, it might be time to switch – and the issue of life insurance has been coming up a lot. These reviews have often thrown up clients…

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Insurance, You Can’t Afford To Be Without It

Financial planning is all about creating wealth, right? Well yes and no. Saving – whether it is to stave off poverty in retirement/put your moody teens through school and university/buy that beachside holiday pad/insert your financial goal here – is the most obvious objective of financial planning but there is…

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Wealth Protection Is Neglected

It’s always interesting to pick up on common themes that come up in my client review meetings. One thing that I have noticed a lot recently is that while most people keep a close eye on the wealth creation side of things, and regularly review how their assets are performing,…

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Irish Expats: Which University Fees For My Children?

This is something that I get asked about all the time by concerned Irish parents so I thought it would be useful to put some relevant information down in a blog post. Most universities around the world charge more for international students (as opposed to domestic ones) and Ireland is…

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Which Side Of Brexit Debate Are You On?

Whichever side of the Brexit debate you sit on, you have to admit it has a lot to answer for. You don’t have to look far for nightmarish headlines regarding the damage already done and future threats: UK loses £900bn as Brexit damage to city worse than expected Brexit causes…

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Financial Planner Is Your Sports Coach

With the Rugby World Cup now less than a week away, you can imagine how the preparation has been cranking up for the 20 teams who will be heading to Japan to fight it out for the Webb Ellis Cup. The players will have been in the throes of intense…

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An Essential Basic Toolkit For New Expat

Travelling and living as an expat is a wonderfully exciting time but sometimes, with all the excitement, it is easy to forget certain practicalities and the risks that we face. There are some essentials that you need to put in place at the start, not only to protect yourself and…

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