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Irish Times: Karl Deeter & Jim Power mentioned in reference to their Pat Kenny show appearance

Wednesday’s Today with Pat Kenny (RTÉ Radio 1, weekdays) provided a more less heartening illustration of contemporary mores. The economist Jim Power and the mortgage broker Karl Deeter were in the studio to discuss AIB’s tentative debt-forgiveness proposals for distressed mortgage holders.

P35 Deadline coming on the 15th of February 2011

P35 Deadline coming on the 15th of February 2011. A P35 is a return which must be submitted by all employers who employ staff on the PAYE system. It covers the period from 1 January to 31 December 2010

Banks planning to scrap fixed rates? (RTE coverage)

RTE Business news covered a story that appeared in the Independent, the story was based upon our sister company’s report (Irish Mortgage Brokers) in which it was forecast that fixed rates may cease to exist this year because of funding pressures in the banks.

Irish Examiner: Homeowners face a 1% interest rate hike in 2011

We were quoted in the Irish Examiner today in an article by Niamh Hennessy, extract is below.

“The Irish Mortgage Brokers expect banks to push up interest rates by another 1% this year. Any move would add €1,280 a year to a €200,000, 25-year loan. They said rate increases may start this month.

Advisors.ie Dublins new Accountants and Financial Planners

Advisors.ie launches in Dublin, September 2010