September 28, 2022

Budget 2023 – a summary

28th September, 2022 Budget 2023 was announced yesterday, 27 September 2022. The Budget is generally announced in October but it is taking place 2 weeks earlier than usual in 2022 due to the cost of living crisis and looming inflation price hikes. Some of the changes announced in the Budget […]
September 23, 2022

Should you make a will ?

22nd September, 2022 Well, should I do a will ? A Will is a written legal document allowing you to decide who is to benefit when you die.  Otherwise, the Law decides your beneficiaries; If you are married and have no children, then all your assets go to your spouse; […]
August 9, 2022

What you need to sell a property in Ireland

9th August, 2022 TITLE DEEDS *If you are lucky enough not to have an existing mortgage: – Certified copy folio(s) and file plans (i.e. file plans = maps) dated within the last 12 months need to be obtained from the Property Registration Authority of Ireland located at Cork Road, Waterford. […]
July 27, 2022

Living with your partner – inequalities for cohabitants

27th July, 2022 For those people who live together without obtaining legal recognition ( e.g. entering civil partnership or marriage) can create future financial headaches! This week the Irish Law Society highlighted some in their Budget submission for 2022 :- TAXATION OF SURVIVING QUALIFYING COHABITANT Item 27 of the Third […]