If “many years from now” has abruptly become imminent, how your finances are going to fare in retirement is probably on your mind. But while there may be disappointments on the pension front, the good news is that, once you pass the age of 65, you start paying less tax on your income, be it
Senior counsel John Jordan and Alexander Owens are to be appointed to the High Court on advisement of a candidate list from the Judicial Appointments Advisory Board. The vacancies arise following the appointment of Ms Justice Caroline Costello and Ms Justice Isobel Kennedy to the Court of Appeal in November. Inner Bar Senior counsel John
A new director general was appointed to the Irish Prison Service last month, but the picture painted of the system by the minister was questionable, writes Michael Clifford. What’s going on in the prisons? Last month, the minister for justice announced the appointment of Caron McCaffrey as the new director general of the Irish Prison Service.
Limerick will not become a rent pressure zone despite two of its three electoral areas having rents above the national average, the Dáil has heard. Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy said that while Limerick East and West met the criteria with rent rises of more than 7 per cent in five of the past six
Landlords are seeking extensive amounts of personal information, including PPS numbers, photo ID, and access to would-be renters’ social media accounts before they can view a potential rental property. In a number of cases, agencies have used third-party websites to collate and store information and to vet potential applicants. In addition to asking for client