02 February 2020
Crowley's Cool Planet gets €31m in funding for unit
Richard Curran: 'FAI needs to disclose full details of taxpayer-funded bailout deal'
Eastern states set to fight new EU rules on truckers
Yew Grove Reit increases AIB loan facility
Brexit uncertainty forces BMW to put the brakes on Mini
Apres Brexit, what comes next?
Alan O'Neill: 'Taking the sting out of your 2020 executive job hunt'
A new year - and indeed a new decade - is a time when many senior executives reflect on their careers. Recently, one of my friends invited me to go for a long walk and chat, as he felt the need to press the reset button on his career.
'We lost €100,000 in equity on first home'
Tony Keogh is head chef with the well-known vegetarian restaurant Cornucopia. He lives in Donaghmede, Dublin.
Should I sell forestry land or leave it in will to children?
Q I have a large forestry plantation in Ireland - which is 10 years old. I am in my 80s. Should I sell this plantation in a few years' time or leave it to my son and daughter in my will? Which would be the most tax-efficient option for them? As they are not farmers, I fear they may not be able to manage thinnings and clearfelling, or the sale of the plantation. Tom, Wicklow
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