Opening a UK Sterling Bank Account

Moving Euros to Sterling The financial turmoil in Ireland  and other countries in the Eurozone  in recent years –  resulted in many Irish people withdrawing Euros from their Irish bank accounts and transferring it into other currencies. Concerns about the  future of the Euro  made people more worried about their savings. It appears that many […]

PPI Refunds Ireland

Payment Protection Insurance  or PPI for short –  was usually sold by banks, credit card companies and retailers alongside mortgages, personal loans, credit cards , store cards , car loans , overdrafts and business loans. The scale of the mis-selling of payment protection insurance in Ireland (just like the UK) is becoming clearer. In October […]

Personal Loans Ireland

Personal loans are loans for a specific amount of money, usually between €2,500 and €25,000, taken out over a certain number of years (usually 3 ,4 or 5 years) The main providers of personal loans are banks, building societies, finance companies and credit unions. You can use a personal loan for both short and long-term […]

Injury Compensation Ireland

Ireland has a reputation for being a country where people will resort to legal action in order to try and claim compensation for accidents or medical negligence. Every week the papers seem to have at least one story of large settlements paid by insurance companies or the state for compensation for injuries received in car […]