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Bank of Ireland has announced a significant investment of up to €50 million in fraud prevention and protection in the coming months, responding to the rising sophistication and prevalence of scams. The surge in criminals attempting to deceive unsuspecting customers through text, calls, and emails necessitates enhanced awareness and additional prevention measures.BOI plans to conduct multiple fraud awareness events nationwide, open to everyone, including non-customers. As scams become more challenging to detect, the bank emphasises the importance of prompt action if you suspect falling victim to fraud. Contact Rockcourt Financial Services on 📱086 0445509 ☎0949638533 📧office@rockcourt.ie ... See MoreSee Less
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According to recent figures from AA Ireland, fuel prices have started to rise again this month after four consecutive months of decreases. Further increases are expected as we approach the reintroduction of Excise Duties, which were postponed last year, leaving motorists fearful about what lies ahead. Contact Rockcourt Financial Services with all your financial queries and concerns.📱086 0445509 ☎0949638533 📧office@rockcourt.ie ... See MoreSee Less
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The deposit return scheme for drinks containers has been introduced since the 1st of February, but what does this mean for you and how do you avail of the scheme? PET plastic bottles between 150mls and 3 litre will have a deposit of between 15c and 25c added to them. These bottles can be returned to a Reverse Vending Machine (RVM) in supermarkets and convenience stores throughout the country, where you can get your money back. For a container to be eligible it must be empty, undamaged, have a clearly visible barcode and a re-turn logo. Glass bottles and all dairy product cartons are excluded from this scheme.The aim of the scheme is to improve recycling rates while reducing the level of litter nationwide. Although the scheme will take some getting used to, there is no doubt that like the plastic bag levy, it will be embraced fully within the next few months. Contact Rockcourt Financial Services on 📱086 0445509 ☎0949638533 📧office@rockcourt.ie ... See MoreSee Less
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There is no denying that the mortgage application process can be tricky and lengthy, but it does help to be organised and have all the required documents ready when starting your application. The documents you require depend on whether you’re a first-time buyer, self-employed, building your home or switching plans, but in general you’ll need: • Proof of identification – photo ID such as an Irish driver’s license or a valid passport is necessary. • Proof of your Personal Public Service Number (PPSN)• Proof of address – a utility bill or correspondence from a financial institution dated within the last six months. • Proof of income – you’ll require your most recent statement of earning from Revenue and at least three months of pay slips.• Proof of employment – your employer will need to sign a Salary Certificate confirming that you’re a permanent staff member and outlining your basic salary. • Bank Statements – lenders seek six months of continuous bank statements in order to evaluate your financial habits. • Credit card and loan statements – lenders will check that any previous loan or credit card repayments were made on time.This list is not exhaustive, but these are the basic required documents that you must have at the ready when approaching a mortgage application. Contact us at Rockcourt Financial Services with all your financial questions and queries. 📱086 0445509 ☎0949638533 📧office@rockcourt.ie ... See MoreSee Less
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It can be hard to distinguish between fact and fiction when it comes to financial advice and information, but here are a few common financial myths.• It’s too late to save for retirement – it is never too late to start planning for life after work and with the correct guidance and measures you can still achieve financial comfort post-retirement. • Investing is for the wealthy - there are so many investing options available, even a small amount of savings can be put to work, setting you on the path to financial security. • You don’t need emergency savings – no one knows what life has in store and emergency savings act as a safety net when things go wrong. Don’t underestimate their importance. Contact us at Rockcourt Financial Services with all your financial questions and queries. 📱086 0445509 ☎0949638533 📧office@rockcourt.ie ... See MoreSee Less
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