Irish banks are now required to give mortgage customers more information about their loan in order to help them save money by moving to a better rate or switching provider.
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NAMA generated €3.3 billion in cash in 2018
NAMA generated €3.3 billion in cash in 2018, according to an end of year summary of the agency’s progress.
Tax take almost €1.4bn ahead of target in 2018
More than €55.5 billion was received by the Exchequer during 2018, according to the Department of Finance.
13.5% VAT rate in hospitality sector ‘will close restaurants’
The hospitality sector has called for a review of the increase in the VAT rate which comes into effect on New Year’s day.
Changes to Consumer Protection Code come into effect
Changes to the Central Bank’s Consumer Protection Code, which aim to increase the levels of mortgage switching in Ireland and to provide greater levels of transparency for consumers, come into effect today.
Car sales fall for second consecutive year
New car sales were 4.4% lower last year when compared to 2017, according to figures from representative body SIMI, marking the second consecutive year of decline for the industry.
EU triggers plans for no-deal Brexit as Varadkar insists fall-out will not affect budget
EU triggers plan to protect EU citizens in the event of a no-deal Brexit
Plans cover 14 areas most likely to be affected, ranging from financial services to aviation, customs and carbon emissions trading
Irish Government prepares to publish its own no-deal contingency plans
Varadkar insists Brexit won’t affect budget plans
Number of family home repossessions fall
The number of family homes being repossessed has fallen, with the improving economy helping to cut the number of mortgages in arrears.
Retailers blame ‘alarmist’ Met Éireann weather warnings for drop in footfall
Retailers have blamed “alarmist” Met Eireann weather warnings for deterring people from hitting the high streets to do their Christmas shopping.
Former Anglo Irish Bank bondholders to be paid €267m by liquidators
A group of Anglo Irish Bank bondholders are set to be paid all of the €267m they are seeking from liquidators of the bust bank, despite the State only getting a fraction of the €30bn it invested as a rescue attempt.