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#Finances

# finances - Sunday 24 May, 2020

Money Diaries: A 43-year-old software technician on €35K working from home in Dublin

Our reader this week details how she’s working from home through the lockdown.

# finances - Friday 22 May, 2020

From The42 £30m from CVC investment in the Pro14 a welcome boost for IRFU Finances

£30m from CVC investment in the Pro14 a welcome boost for IRFU

Meanwhile, there is a drive to create more meaningful Test matches moving forward.

# finances - Sunday 17 May, 2020

Money Diaries: A data engineer living in Dublin, working from home in the shutdown

This week, our reader works on a new job from home, while he and his partner get through the shutdown.

# finances - Sunday 10 May, 2020

Money Diaries: A pharmaceutical engineer living in Meath, commuting to work in Dublin in the shutdown

Our reader says he’s saving time on his journey now and saving money during the Covid-19 changes.

# finances - Sunday 3 May, 2020

Money Diaries: A charity worker at home during the shutdown with her wife and two teenage children

This week, our reader juggles work, parenting and looking after her wife, who is ill, during the Covid-19 shutdown.

# finances - Sunday 26 April, 2020

How I Spend My Money: A 25-year-old design engineer working at home in Carlow

This week, our young reader tries to close the purchase of a house while working from home during shutdown.

# finances - Friday 24 April, 2020

Over half of Irish consumers say Covid-19 crisis will affect their household finances

That’s according to the latest KBC Consumer Index published today.

# finances - Sunday 19 April, 2020

How I Spend My Money: A 22-year-old graduate surveyor living with family in Dublin

This week, our reader adjusts to life in Covid-19 lockdown and finds she’s spending a lot less.

# finances - Thursday 16 April, 2020

From The42 World Rugby confirms €92 million relief fund for ailing unions Finances

World Rugby confirms €92 million relief fund for ailing unions

Meanwhile, current talks over the 2020 calendar could lead to ‘long-term reform’ of the sport.

# finances - Tuesday 7 April, 2020

Nine in 10 Irish adults expect economy to be in worse state this time next year, survey finds

That’s according to a survey commissioned by Behaviour and Attitudes and produced for RTÉ.

# finances - Wednesday 1 April, 2020

From The42 Premier League accused of 'moral vacuum' as clubs cut staff wages Finances

Premier League accused of 'moral vacuum' as clubs cut staff wages

MP Julian Knight says it “sticks in the throat” that footballers are earning huge salaries while non-playing staff are hit in the pocket.

# finances - Tuesday 31 March, 2020

From The42 Rugby Australia makes salary cuts and stands down 75% of workforce Tough Times

Rugby Australia makes salary cuts and stands down 75% of workforce

Meanwhile, Scottish Rugby has accounted pay deferrals for some of its biggest earners.

# finances - Wednesday 25 March, 2020

From The42 London Irish the latest to confirm 25% pay cuts during league suspension Measures

London Irish the latest to confirm 25% pay cuts during league suspension

Declan Kidney is head coach at the Premiership side, and there are several Irish players on the books.

# finances - Sunday 22 March, 2020

How I Spend My Money: A 28-year-old doctor commuting from Dublin to the midlands on €63,000

This week, our reader is a junior doctor saving to buy a house with her boyfriend.

# finances - Friday 20 March, 2020

From The42 Three Premiership clubs confirm 25% pay cuts during league suspension Finances

Three Premiership clubs confirm 25% pay cuts during league suspension

Saracens have also asked staff to take a pay reduction.

# finances - Saturday 29 February, 2020

How I Spend my Money: A 32-year-old factory worker with young children, in remission from cancer and getting help from social welfare

This week, our diary-keeper is a factory worker who was diagnosed with cancer. To supplement his reduced working hours, he receives social welfare payments.

# finances - Sunday 23 February, 2020

How I Spend my Money: A 30-year-old primary teacher on €37,000 living in a mobile home

This week, our reader is a primary teacher living in a mobile home with her new husband, in the hope of saving for a house.

# finances - Sunday 16 February, 2020

How I Spend my Money: A 26-year-old chef in Maynooth who is studying while working

This week, our reader shows how he manages to keep his spending down because he gets his meals at work.

# finances - Friday 3 January, 2020

Ireland's corporation tax take expected to rise again this year, but Donohoe admits it can't be relied upon in future

Donohoe said this morning that the Exchequer ran a €1.5 billion surplus last year.

# finances - Tuesday 15 October, 2019

Overseas sales of Operation Transformation and Taken Down help RTÉ commercial arm profits

The commercial division generates revenues from overseas sales of shows, sponsorship and sales of the RTÉ Guide.

# finances - Monday 30 September, 2019

PAC 'concerned' that OPW building maintenance spending jumped from expected €9m to €39.4m

This follows the publication of the 2018 annual report of the Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG) today.

# finances - Monday 23 September, 2019

Ireland's corporation tax revenue may not prove 'sustainable', warn Central Bank economists

Brexit and lower corporation tax receipts could leave Ireland uniquely vulnerable.

# finances - Friday 13 September, 2019

Fears for Lyric FM's future as RTÉ deals with unprecedented financial situation

Presenters and fans have been calling for support in the wake of a Prime Time episode last night.

# finances - Thursday 8 August, 2019

Have €42,500? That's the amount of public debt hanging over the head of every person living in the State IOU

Have €42,500? That's the amount of public debt hanging over the head of every person living in the State

Minister Paschal Donohoe said prudent management of the public finances in needed.

# finances - Wednesday 24 July, 2019

From The42 Thomond Park naming rights still on the cards as Munster chip away at debt Finances

Thomond Park naming rights still on the cards as Munster chip away at debt

IRFU CEO Philip Browne says union and province ‘have an agreement in place and everyone’s happy about that.’

# finances - Friday 19 July, 2019

From The42 IRFU records best-ever financial year with revenues of €87.5 million Good Health

IRFU records best-ever financial year with revenues of €87.5 million

The men’s international game now accounts for 81% of all IRFU revenues.

# finances - Friday 5 July, 2019

From The42 FAI can't present 2018 accounts to AGM given investigations and 'well-publicised issues' Finances

FAI can't present 2018 accounts to AGM given investigations and 'well-publicised issues'

The Association have also announced an EGM to take place ahead of the annual meeting in Trim, at which new structures must be passed to restore funding.

# finances - Thursday 11 April, 2019

Debt collector data breach results in some mortgage-holders' details being compromised

The breach resulted in names, contact information, and financial details being compromised.

# finances - Tuesday 29 January, 2019

From The Daily Edge Poll: Are you fully honest when discussing salaries and savings with your friends? Money Matters This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you fully honest when discussing salaries and savings with your friends?

Have you noticed a change in your approach?

# finances - Monday 14 January, 2019

Steve Coogan doesn't think the 'looming disaster' of Brexit will actually happen

The British comedian and actor has campaigned against Britain’s exit from the EU.

# finances - Thursday 4 October, 2018

Michael D Higgins will return €200k balance in Áras account at end of term

Higgins has pointed out that his predecessor Mary McAleese returned the balance when she finished her two terms.

# finances - Friday 30 March, 2018

From The Daily Edge 12 signs that prove your attitude to money is an absolute sh*tshow BadWithMoney

12 signs that prove your attitude to money is an absolute sh*tshow

When was the last time you actually opened a bank statement?

# finances - Tuesday 13 February, 2018

Why are more and more Irish charities not publishing their financial information?

‘How can charities ask us to trust them more, when they tell us less?’, writes Patricia Quinn.

# finances - Thursday 21 September, 2017

Poll: Would you be a stay-at-home parent if money was no object? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you be a stay-at-home parent if money was no object?

If money were no issue, would you prefer to spend all your time with your child?

# finances - Tuesday 5 September, 2017

Fiscal Council says Ireland is still vulnerable and warns against extra Budget spending

The council said any additional initiatives should be funded by tax increases or a re-allocation of spending.

# finances - Tuesday 27 June, 2017

Royal family set for bumper year of income as €419 million renovation on Buckingham Palace starts

The refurbishment is set to replace electrical wiring, water pipes and boilers in the biggest overhaul since the 1950s.

# finances - Wednesday 31 May, 2017

'It's like we're in an episode of Father Ted': Top civil servants contradict each other when questioned

Civilian members of the gardaí gave evidence in front of the Public Accounts Committee today.

# finances - Wednesday 24 May, 2017

'Mismanaged and not viable': LGBT charity to face investigation into financial 'irregularities'

The charity announced last week that it was to cease operations.

# finances - Sunday 7 May, 2017

Global investment funds have made Ireland a world capital for shadow banking

The sector is more than 10 times the size of the Irish economy.

# finances - Wednesday 29 March, 2017

Garda report on Templemore college can give 'no assurance' that its financial management is even 'adequate'

The findings of the internal audit report on the running of Templemore Training College has piled yet more pressure on Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan.

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