Welcome to this special 10th edition of The Money Doctor - Ireland's most comprehensive finance guide.
Helpful at every stage of your journey through life - whether you need advice on taxes, pensions, investments, mortgages, debt or your redundancy rights - The Money Doctor 2015 provides a simple and easy-to-understand guide to finances in Ireland, including how Budget 2015 will affect you. The area of most concern to Irish people is the increasing and ongoing problem of mortgage debt and arrears.
The Money Doctor 2015 is fully up to date on changes to the Personal Insolvency Act legislation and the Mortgage Arrears Resolution Process (MARP), together with the dos and don'ts of bankruptcy. Now, more than ever, it is of paramount importance to seek independent advice from a qualified financial adviser before considering any type of financial commitment.
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