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# Cash Money

Last year
2022
# Cash Money
Poll: How often do you withdraw cash from an ATM?
Let us know.
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# screen ireland
€3 million to be invested in Ireland's TV and film industry to keep up with production demands
Screen Ireland’s new three-year strategy outlines how the organisation will support the sector for the next three years.
# Winner winner
Ohio announces first million dollar vaccine lottery winner
More than 2.7 million adults signed up for the prize and over 104,000 children aged 12 to 17 entered the draw for a college scholarship.
# Rainy Day
Finance Minister 'looking at ways' to keep money saved by people during pandemic in this country
Paschal Donohoe also stressed the vaccine roll-out as ‘biggest driver’ of Ireland’s economy this year and next.
# National Lottery
Lotto winners forced to wait to collect major cheques due to Covid-19 restrictions
Winners are prevented from travelling to the National Lottery headquarters in Dublin due to lockdown measures.
# Give it a go
French village offering cash reward if you can decipher a mysterious, centuries old rock inscription
The authorities in Plougastel-Daoulas hope that their competition will shed light on the enigmatic piece of history.
# Donations
The number of large donations made to politicians fell dramatically last year
Just €6,360 in large donations was given to TDs, senators and MEPs last year.
# A LOTTO MONEY
It could be you but this time it's them: Lotto sales soar to €750 million
Nearly 38 new millionaires were created last year.
# In THe money
The winning ticket for last night's €9.4 million jackpot was sold on Talbot Street in Dublin
There was one lucky winner of the jackpot.
# Cash Money
Neil Armstrong's moon bag sells for $1.8 million in New York
A lawyer bought the bag for less than $1,000.
# Cash Money
Bought something online that didn't work? It'll cost you €25 to make a claim of up to €5000
The previous limit stood at €2,000
# make it rain
Poll: Should the Government reduce taxes?
Many economists believe that tax cuts are a bad idea.
# Cash Money
Missing garda station cash: Criminal probe expected to be launched into missing €12k
The money was noticed missing last month.
# Cash Money
Garda overtime rises massive 52% as pressure of battling Irish gangs takes its toll
Overtime increased by a huge extent last year with an additional €23.5 million paid out to the force’s 28 regional divisions.
# allotted time
€1 million on the line as Lotto winner has yet to claim the cash
You have 28 days to pick up your winnings.
# the super rich
Here's how many multi-millionaires Ireland gained last year
Some people are doing very well.
# click and buy
Online shopping surged by 15% last month but shop sales suffered
The clothing and footwear sector continues to struggle.
# the money team
Mes que un sponsor? Barcelona cash in with new €55m-a-year shirt deal
Japanese firm Rakuten strike deal just short of world record.
# Cash Money
Quiz: How much do you know about national currencies?
It’s all about the cash.
# Money Money Money
Today's win at Roland Garros saw Novak Djokovic become tennis' first $100 million man
He’ll never be short of a few bob.
# Cash Money
No surprises here: Dublin is Europe's eighth most expensive city
Cost of living in Dublin is around twice that of Athens or Lisbon.
# nein danke
The €500 banknote looks set for the chop - but some Germans aren't happy
The note is known as a ‘Bin Laden’ because of its associations with crime.
# Cash Money
Just one winner of whopping €8m Lotto jackpot in Wexford
Someone is waking up happy.
# Celtic tigers
Ireland's super wealthy battle it out in the latest Sunday Times Rich List
Familiar names are near the top but there are some young pretenders nipping at their heels.
# column
Significant sums of money at stake when Irish clubs opt to postpone a game
League of Ireland columnist John O’Sullivan takes an in-depth look at the delicate balancing act facing Cork City.
# coining it
Here's what you can buy with the world's most expensive coin
It’s in Dublin this weekend.
# Cash Money
Here's what all of the parties' general election promises mean for your wallet
Taxback.com’s calculator aims to show how the plans of the main parties will affect your take home pay.
# Cash Money
Fine Gael wants to increase the dole by €27*
*But the payment will be scaled back the longer a person is out of work.
# you wouldn't mind it
A Mayo family have collected the mega €13.7 million jackpot from Saturday's Lotto draw
The win was one of the top 10 in the history of the National Lottery.
# Lotto Luck
Someone in Ireland is €13.7 million richer this morning
The winning ticket was sold in the west.
# Cash Money
Here are 21 lottery winners that blew it all
These are people who could have done with some financial advice.
# Cash Money
Here's how much a cut in the USC stands to benefit you
The Budget is less than a fortnight away but how would a planned tax cut affect you?
# Cash Money
Senator's €125 steak dinner fundraiser is not even in her constituency
Catherine Noone’s fundraising dinner will hear from Finance Minister Michael Noonan.
# Money
Provinces get financial top-up as IRFU reports €8.7 million surplus
The union says the club game will benefit from an encouraging financial season.
# Fair play
Syndicate looks forward to making 'lives easier' after winning €2.5 million
The winning couple have said they will be making “plenty” of charitable donations.
# making it rain
Some of the highest-paid actors in the world are a little surprising
Not if you know your Bollywood films though.
# Cash Money
'Lack of TV money is a sad indictment of how the League of Ireland is run, marketed and sold'
Why do we undervalue the league’s most lucrative selling points, asks John O’Sullivan.
# Jammy
Skipping an expensive dessert won this family half a million quid
“I was buying the dinner last night and had €3 in change,” the husband said.
# All about the money
Do you earn enough for a minimum standard of living?
The threshold has just gone up.
# purple pound
The extra cost of living with a disability in Ireland is over €10,000
A UK-based charity has called for disabled people to use their collective bargaining power to improve market costs.