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Blog114: Generating Income In Retirement, Annuity or ARF?

10th June 2019

Should I buy an Annuity or Approved Retirement Fund (ARF)? Unless we are retiring from a defined benefit (DB) pension...

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Investment PlanningPension PlanningRetirement Income PlanningFinancial Independence
3rd June 2019

Blog113: A Life-Changing Sum Of Money

Welcome back to Informed Decisions with me, Paddy Delaney! A couple of weeks ago I mentioned that the coming ‘season’...

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27th May 2019

Blog112: The Spice Girls – 20 Years Of Inflation

Financial Planning in Ireland is on the up. Based on my experience at least, Planning is what people really really...

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20th May 2019

Blog111: How To Reduce Inheritance Tax

Inheritance tax planning is most certainly a balancing act, is fraught with concerns and challenges, and is one that I...

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13th May 2019

Blog110: 5 Common Retirement Planning Mistakes To Avoid

ARFs, AMRFs, AVCs, Annuities all form part of retirement planning, but as usual there’s far more to it than products!...

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6th May 2019

Blog109: How To Build A Pension Pot Of €1m?

This week I am sharing some thinking and insights about building a substantial pension pot. We’ll explore the impact of...

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8th April 2019

Blog108: Beware This Killer Bias

This week I share a short (but hopefully valuable) piece to raise awareness of something that impacts us all and...

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1st April 2019

Blog107: Diversification Vs Asset Allocation…..

This week we are going to explore two concepts, ‘Diversification’ and ‘Asset Allocation’ which can have significant impact on investment...

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25th March 2019

Blog 106: The Best Way To Invest €500,000??

If I come across another ‘Best Investments For 2019’ or ‘Best place to invest €100,000’ article I will lose the...

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18th March 2019

Blog105: Why We Are Rubbish At Investing

Investors are said to achieve far less in returns than the markets in which they invest. How is that possible...

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