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# Pensions

Last month
June 2024
Here’s how much extra tax Irish workers will have to pay to keep the state pension at 66
This year
The big benefit of auto-enrolment for Irish workers - and the big fear
'Our lives didn't have to be this way': Unmarried parents reflect on landmark Supreme Court ruling
Thousands of families may be entitled to extra pension payments.
Financial analyst: Pensions, savings and insurance - what's in store this year?
Ralph Benson
Last year
System allowing people to work until 70 in return for higher pension takes effect from January
Workers prepared to pay price of keeping pension age at 66, says Varadkar
Why a tiny tax increase no-one noticed could mean higher charges on the way for Irish workers
Pensions: Confusion and delay - when will the auto-enrolment train arrive at the station?
Ralph Benson
Intergenerational fairness? The question mark over making people 66 and older pay PRSI
Auto-enrollment pension plan to be up and running in 2024, says minister
Watchdog concerned at increase in Irish people planning to retire without a pension
Why there's a push to take pensions decisions out of the hands of politicians
EU Commissioner says auto-enrol pensions should be 'transparent' about climate sustainability
Govt TDs push to ensure auto-enrolment isn’t a 'Trojan Horse' for cutting state pension
Automatic pension scheme should not invest in fossil fuels, Government told
Govt prioritising getting pension auto-enrolment up and running, Humphreys says
French court to decide on pension reform after months of protests
Fiscal Council: Working baby boomers should contribute more to fund State pensions
French citizens again protest against Macron’s planned pension age increase
Upcoming cost-of-living package to contain 'social welfare and pensions' element
The Explainer x Noteworthy: Are Irish pensions invested in fossil fuels?
All time
Financial advisor: Your job just gone? Here's what you should do right now to mind your money
Mark O’Sullivan
Explainer: How will the auto-enrolment pension scheme work?
Taoiseach says there is a 'risk to senior ministers' if Garda drivers not reintroduced
Ceann Comhairle to review Dáil footage after Taoiseach says opposition hecklers 'not pulled up'
Almost 1 in 4 people close to retirement age have no pension plan
Opinion: The cost of living crisis is eating into disposable income - can Budget 2023 help?
Ralph Benson
Pension age shouldn't go beyond 66, says Micheál Martin
Help for renters, pension and social welfare increases as 'more room to manoeuvre' in Budget
Proposals on State pension age to be brought to Govt 'very soon', says minister
Taoiseach told renters can't afford a pension when they're paying €2,000 in rent
750,000 workers set to be auto-enrolled in new pensions scheme by early 2024
Poll: Do you have a pension?
Poll: Do you have a private pension?
Opinion: Government is missing the links between the housing crisis and growing pension problem
Rory McNab
Opinion: How to get financially fit in 2022 - some advice from an expert
David Quinn
Opinions: Setting up a pension is merely a way of caring for your future self
David Quinn
Keeping the State pension age at 66 is 'unsustainable', says new report
Ombudsman ordered bank to reimburse money to child's account after father withdrew €66,000
Man (50s) arrested in Cork over suspected pension fraud released without charge