Irish Pensions and Finance

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If the recent global pandemic has thought us anything, it is that life can be unpredictable. Considering the thought of yourself or a loved one passing away unexpectedly is not something any of us like to think about. But putting plans in place now can give you massive peace of[…]

If you are in your 20s or 30s, there’s a good chance you haven’t given much thought to your retirement. You’re still in the early stages of your career and it can seem like a long time away, a problem for future you. It makes sense that you would focus[…]

As we come towards our thirtieth anniversary, IPF has 65 employees, over €700M in funds under management and 24,000+ clients. By any measure, we’ve been a strong and successful company over a sustained period of time, but where did it all start? I spoke to Owen Dwyer, the company’s founder and[…]

This working life: Time out of work means money out of your pension Job sharing, unpaid parental leave and reduced hours may be attractive ways to improve work-life balance, but they must be considered when planning for retirement. “You can’t get the time back.” This is what I say to[…]

We are delighted to announce the recent appointment of Claire Hanrahan as IPFs new Managing Director. A Qualified Financial Advisor, Claire joined IPF in 2005 having previously held roles in Zurich and VHI. She was promoted to Team Manager at IPF in 2008 and later progressed to become a Partner[…]

Irish Pensions and Finance staff took on the Garda AFC recently in a football match in aid of St Michaels House in Westmanstown Sports Centre. The IPF lads put up a brave fight but were outrun in the end by the impressive Gardai! A great evening was had by all though with[…]

​Irish people are living longer in retirement, but how can you make sure your finances reflect that?​There is no reason why any of us should approach retirement with anything other than a positive outlook. The average life expectancy in Ireland has risen from 69.8 in 1960 to 82.3 in 2019*,[…]

It has now been 6 months since we launched our Service Centre, a dedicated phone line service which gives clients the opportunity to have their queries answered instantly by a Financial Advisor. No need for an appointment and no irritating hold music!Over the duration of this 6 months, our Advisors[…]