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We offer Financial Advice to our clients in a very personalised, efficient and friendly service

Welcome to Money Sense Financial Services

Money Sense Limited t/a Money Sense Financial Services based in Killarney, Co. Kerry is a family run Company. We are a member of Brokers Ireland. Our Services include Financial Planning & Advice, Investments & Savings, Mortgages, Life Cover, Critical Illness, Retirement Advice, Pensions Advice, Business Protection & Income Protection.

Our Company’s aim is to be open, honest, sincere, hard working in all our dealings. We show real concern for all our clients. We assist clients with all their financial requirements in our ever changing environment.

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We regard Financial Planning as the most important and essential area on which we give advice. Our plans assist people in making key... Read More

“The only certainties in life are death and taxes” is a quote from Benjamin Franklin. We can’t predict what the future holds for us and ... Read More

Pensions might seem complicated, but the basic idea is a simple one. It’s worth understanding the benefits.... Read More

With interest rates still at record lows, investments might seem more appealing than cash savings right.... Read More

Life can be unpredictable. Even though we don’t want to think that a serious illness may occur – it possibly could.  Ask yourself, how would I or my family cope if I became seriously ill?... Read More

We will support you through all stages of your mortgage process. Whether you are a First Time Buyer, Moving home or wishing to Switch your... Read More

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NTMA raises €1.5bn as bond yields creep up again

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) successfully raised €1.5bn in an auction of benchmark Irish government bonds this morning. The three ...
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Donohoe says more must be done to help first time buyers

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has said he appreciates the urgency of Ireland’s housing situation, and he acknowledged that the ...
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Consumer prices rise for first time since start of pandemic – CSO

The annual rate of consumer inflation rose by 1.1% in April, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics ...
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