When should you get financial advice?

The Benefits of good Financial Advice Financial Advice in Wexford When should you get financial advice? Most people could probably benefit from seeing a financial adviser, but when are the best times in your life to see one? Immediately? In ten years? Every year? Life events One answer is to say that you should visit an adviser whenever there’s a major change in your life. These are the most commonly cited changes: – Marriage – […]

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15 reasons why you’re broke – and how you can fix it.

Budgeting Tips Do you need help making your money last until pay day? By facing up to poor spending habits and setting yourself a budget you’ll find that not only does your money go further, but you may even have some left over. You don’t follow a budget Most Irish adults don’t have a household budget. Adding up all your income (after tax) then subtracting how much you spend each month is a good starting […]

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Financial New Years Resolutions

Start the New Year off on the right foot by putting cover in place that will give your family financial security. For just €4.66 a week you can have €250,000 of Life Cover in place that could help you and your family when they need it most.

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Office Administrator Vacancy Gorey

Office Administrator Financial Services– Gorey, Co. Wexford Job Summary Southeast Financial services, provide independent financial planning including Pensions, Investments, Life assurance and Mortgages. Due to continued growth, an opportunity has arisen for a Financial Planning Administrator ideally with insurance, banking or financial services experience to join our team. As an administrator you will be a key member of the team ensuring the smooth day to day running of the business and provide first point of contact […]

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Benefits of having a Will

The following outlines what we believe are the emotional, financial and practical reasons having a Will in place is a good and sensible idea. No one likes to think about death, or linger on the possibility something bad might happen but emotionally the ongoing strain of burying your head in the sand can have long term negative effects on your health and your life. Make the Will and forget about it then so you can […]

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Seven out of ten Irish not making a will

In a recent Irish Examiner article cited below the following findings were discovered from a survey carried out by Royal London According to The Irish Examiner and we quote ‘The survey found that 64% of respondents over 55 already have a will in place, compared with only 8% of young adults. One in five of the 1,000 respondents admitted they had not put a plan in place because they “never really think about that sort […]

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A host of links to all things pension

This week we would like to offer you a whole host of helpful links to articles about pensions that have appeared in national press in previous weeks. We would love you to get in touch if you would like more information and if we can help in anyway at all. Are you thinking of  getting a pension plan? Do you need more information on your retirement options in Ireland. Are you close to pension age […]

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Women and Men think differently about retirement

In a recent survey, outlined in The Journal article , the findings showed a significant difference between how men and women think about retirement The article states “WOMEN ARE FAR less likely to be preparing for their retirement than men, according to new research in Irish pensions. While the gender pay gap is an issue that has been brought to the fore by a number of high profile cases, the gender pension gap is another […]

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Over half of parents not prepared for college costs

Do you have a child entering third level education this year or in coming years? Are you prepared for college costs? According to Aviva’s Cost of Education Report  just under half of parents (49%) say they have made no financial preparations to meet the cost of putting their children through third level education. On average, parents expect to pay out €5,122 a year to send a child to a third level college or university. If the […]

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Is it ever too late to start a pension?

In the Irish Times this month there is an in depth article outlining why it is never too late to start planning your pension.  Depending on your age there are many different option and sometimes your age might determine that it is not on your mind, however it is always good to have the information at hand. So even if you have all sorts of reasons why you haven’t started saving for your retirement yet […]

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How can I protect my family if I get sick?

How would I protect my family if I was in an accident? No one likes to think about suffering an accident or a serious illness, or what would happen financially and the negative impact it  could have on your whole life.  You could never suffer an accident, you might be lucky enough to never miss any work from illness but these stats below are important to note. Because unfortunately accidents they do happen.  For instance, […]

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Should I get life insurance if I am renting a home?

In 2016 the property website Daft showed the largest annual increase in rents ever recorded on their website since it’s beginning . There are over 850,000 people in rental accommodation in Ireland, and data has shown that although the majority of renters used to be young people in their twenties now a rise in families and people in their 30’s, 40’s and 50’s are renting.  Just like a mortgage payment rent is a monthly cost […]

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