What is mortgage protection?
Mortgage Protection If you have a mortgage on your family home, you are legally required (with some exceptions) to have life insurance cover to pay off the mortgage should you die before the end of the mortgage term. This is called mortgage protection cover. Most lenders offer this cover as part of their home loan package. However you are not obliged to take their cover. You can arrange such cover yourself and there are many […]Read More
10 reasons pensions make sense
Should I start or restart a pension? 10 reasons pensions make sense Recent research commissioned by Aviva has revealed a stark disconnect amongst adults in Ireland when it comes to pension planning. The research, based on a representative sample of 2,000 adults, found that only 34% of them had a private pension. Furthermore, two-in-five of them admitted to having no idea how much their pension fund is worth. More than half have no idea where […]Read More
October 31st Tax Saving Deadline
Making the most of the tax relief available if self-Employed or PAYE If you are self-employed you must calculate your tax liability and make a payment by 31st October 2019 (12th November if registered with ROS) in respect of your: 1. Final Tax Assessment for 2018; 2. Preliminary Tax for 2019. The good news… You can reduce your 2018 Final Tax liability and your 2019 Preliminary Tax liability by making contributions to a Personal Pension […]Read More
Back to school and starting college
College Fees My child is staring college in a few years and I am worried about the costs. How much do I need and what are my options? College costs are rising, so start saving now The cost of putting a child through college is increasing. If you have young children, you need to take action now or as soon as possible. This was very much on the minds of the parents of students during […]Read More
The Early Bird
The importance of an early start in retirement planning It doesn’t cost as much as you think There are choices you make in life that will have a huge impact on your future. Starting a pension for your retirement (yes it’s a long way away) is one of those choices because the earlier you start the brighter your future. Tax relief is by far the greatest advantage of saving in a pension. If you’re paying […]Read More
Business All-Star Accreditation in Croke Park
The Register of Irish Business Excellence Thought Leader in Mortgages and Financial Planning We were awarded with the coveted Business All-Star Accreditation at Croke Park. It is an independently verified standard mark for businesses based on performance, trust and customer-centricity. #businessallstars @BizAllStarsRead More
Autumn 2019 Newsletter
Welcome to the inaugural edition of our newsletter. As a company, we recognise the importance of staying in touch with you, our clients, and we hope that this newsletter will provide you with information on issues and topics of importance to you and your business. In each issue you will find information on a variety of financial topics as well as articles on legal issues, IT and HR together with economic commentary. This newsletter is […]Read More
What are the benefits of Life Insurance?
What is Life Insurance? It’s true that not everyone needs life insurance, however, if someone would be adversely affected by the loss of your income should you die, then you really should have some cover in place. Life insurance is a simple product designed to provide a lump sum or Monthly income payment on death. It is designed to provide your dependents with financial security on your death and ensure that they are not left […]Read More
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 – […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More