Do you have a mortgage? Can you spare 5 minutes to maybe save €000’s?
Just contact us and we’ll gather the information required to see how much you can save. We’ll then find the best rates and value for money and send you a free no obligation report. Nobody wants to pay more for anything than they need to. Whether you are a first-time buyer are on a variable rate or you’ve already fixed, there are great deals to be had. Why switch lender now? Mortgage rates have continued […]Read More
Spring 2020 Newsletter
Welcome to the latest edition of our newsletter. As a company, we recognise the importance of staying in touch with you, our clients, and we hope that this newsletter will provide you with information on issues and topics of importance to you and your business. In each issue you will find information on a variety of topics such as business, finance, legal, IT and HR together with economic commentary. This NEWSLETTER is one way in […]Read More
Our Budget 2021 Summary
Click here for our Budget 2020 Newsletter A truly historic Budget involving Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and the Green Party is marked by huge spending increases. A record Budget of €17.75 billion has been announced with nearly half of all spending going on Covid-19 supports which has been framed by the pandemic and the prospect of a no-trade deal Brexit. The coronavirus pandemic has been the greatest challenge to face the country since it gained […]Read More
Summer 2020 Newsletter
Welcome to the latest edition of our newsletter. As a company, we recognise the importance of staying in touch with you, our clients, and we hope that this newsletter will provide you with information on issues and topics of importance to you and your business. In each issue you will find information on a variety of topics such as business, finance, legal, IT and HR together with economic commentary. This newsletter is one way in […]Read More
When should you get financial advice?
When is the right time to look after yourself and your family? Most people benefit from seeing a financial adviser, but when are the best times in your life to see one? One answer is to say that you should visit an adviser whenever there’s a major change in your life. Marriage – Having children – Buying your first property – Death of a partner – Approaching retirement, etc. For example, if you’re about to have […]Read More
Join our Team
Financial Advisor urgently required Full-time, Permanent Base salary €25,000-€50,000pa (DOE) Southeast Financial Services are seeking to recruit an experienced, ambitious and self-motivated Financial Advisor to join our successful and growing organisation. We are an award winning company and provide our clients with expert financial planning including pensions, life protection, retirement, inheritance planning, savings, investments, strategic wealth management, Mortgages and more. DESCRIPTION: As a financial broker, you will be reporting directly to our Director and […]Read More
Fee Free Financial Review
Here’s A Special Invitation for You These are challenging times and everyone is looking for the best possible answers and solutions to their protection, investments and financial security requirements. So, here’s a solution that may be of interest to you. It’s an invitation for you to join us for a private financial consultation where we will be pleased to offer you professional advice, without fees and without any commitment on your part, whatsoever. I hope […]Read More
What is mortgage protection?
Mortgage Protection If you have a mortgage on your family home, you are legally required (with some exceptions) to have life insurance cover to pay off the mortgage should you die before the end of the mortgage term. This is called mortgage protection cover. Most lenders offer this cover as part of their home loan package. However you are not obliged to take their cover. You can arrange such cover yourself and there are many […]Read More
10 reasons pensions make sense
Should I start or restart a pension? 10 reasons pensions make sense Recent research commissioned by Aviva has revealed a stark disconnect amongst adults in Ireland when it comes to pension planning. The research, based on a representative sample of 2,000 adults, found that only 34% of them had a private pension. Furthermore, two-in-five of them admitted to having no idea how much their pension fund is worth. More than half have no idea where […]Read More
October 31st Tax Saving Deadline
Making the most of the tax relief available if self-Employed or PAYE If you are self-employed you must calculate your tax liability and make a payment by 31st October 2019 (12th November if registered with ROS) in respect of your: 1. Final Tax Assessment for 2018; 2. Preliminary Tax for 2019. The good news… You can reduce your 2018 Final Tax liability and your 2019 Preliminary Tax liability by making contributions to a Personal Pension […]Read More
Back to school and starting college
College Fees My child is staring college in a few years and I am worried about the costs. How much do I need and what are my options? College costs are rising, so start saving now The cost of putting a child through college is increasing. If you have young children, you need to take action now or as soon as possible. This was very much on the minds of the parents of students during […]Read More
The Early Bird
The importance of an early start in retirement planning It doesn’t cost as much as you think There are choices you make in life that will have a huge impact on your future. Starting a pension for your retirement (yes it’s a long way away) is one of those choices because the earlier you start the brighter your future. Tax relief is by far the greatest advantage of saving in a pension. If you’re paying […]Read More