Category: Financial Wellbeing

Every business recovery plan requires safe payment options

There’s no doubt the arrival of COVID-19 in Ireland was as unexpected as it was sharp. Businesses across the country have been challenged like never before. In addition to the devastation Covid-19 has inflicted on cash-flow and day-to-day operations, it has also introduced significant challenges too. This includes how business owners can plan for and protect the health of its customers.

What Irish parents need to know about education costs

In Ireland, while the general cost of paying for the educators is paid for through general taxation, there is a wide set of costs that need to be understood and factored for in advance of a child starting or returning to school, including the many different education costs.

4 practical financial planning tips as you adjust to life beyond Covid-19

Since nobody can predict with any certainty as to when a reasonable state of “normality” will return, we should plan according. The tips and tricks that boost one’s personal financial wellbeing in good times are doubly important when times are challenging, like now.

Why your sleep cycle matters for your financial well-being

The primary factors that impact the quality of sleep are stress, physical pain, personal finances, social isolation/loneliness. Financial stress has a major health impact including increased incidents of migraines, ulcers and depression. This can also lead to poorer work performance and workplace absenteeism.