Thrifty News Digest April 15, 2013

  • Small Business Special
    It’s hard enough running a business without been eaten alive by the banks. Apart from seeing your margins crimped by humungous fees or loan interest rates, the banks are taking the mickey with some of the slim, slim rates they pay out in interest on corporate deposits. For €500,000 locked away in a fixed rate account for three months, with rates from irish deposits.ie. The Permo has really whacked up its savings rates for businesses in the last fortnight. Fill your boots.
  • Shifting sands of inheritance rights can be bewildering
    To the uninitiated, inheritance rights may seem bewildering. The associated uncertainty and anxiety can be particularly acute when a loved one passes away. As commonly encountered in practice, many are unaware of their entitlements and are reluctant to appear insensitive by inquiring.

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