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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Bank Accounts

Last year
Opinion: Keeping your money working for you - how to deal with rising costs
Financial expert David Quinn says it’s tricky at the moment as the cost of living rises – but there are little changes you can make to help your pocket.
Ulster Bank gives current and deposit account customers six months' notice to switch providers
Separately, KBC Bank announced yesterday that from June, customers will get 90 days’ notice to move their accounts.
Warning issued over fraud ring seeking bank details of victims
The scam occurs when fraudsters send out texts with a link to what appears to be a genuine bank website.
All time
Over €260,000 frozen in Irish bank accounts following CAB operation
The money frozen today comes from two separate investigations conducted by the Criminal Assets Bureau.
Efforts underway to resolve issue after thousands of public sector workers didn't get paid today
The National Shared Services Office is aware of the issue and working to resolve it.
Rank-and-file gardaí refuse to give social club bank details to management
The GRA has advised its members not to hand over this information as these accounts do not contain public funds.
Gang members have 25 bank accounts frozen
A massive operation examining the activities of a criminal gang got underway today.
Central Bank: We can't guarantee Ulster Bank fiasco won't happen again
The disruption is expected to last several more days, with branches continuing to open late today and tomorrow.
A dozen Ulster Bank branches open today
The bank says that many customers should see an improved position on their accounts today.
Ulster Bank chaos: How is it affecting you?
Tell us your experiences… and any advice you might have for fellow customers.
Column: Here’s what happens when someone steals your identity
Comedian Bennett Arron had his identity stolen by a thief, who used it to run up 18 months’ worth of debt. Here he describes the experience…
One in ten Irish people keep a secret bank account
Survey says that one in six lie to their partner about their debts.