Are you covered? Motor insurance. The Road Traffic Act, 1933 requires all drivers of mechanically propelled vehicles in public places to have at least third-party insurance. We can offer this and additional add-ons for financial protection against theft of the vehicle and damage to the vehicle as a result of an accident. Jim Mannion &
If you are self-employed you must calculate your tax liability and make a payment by 31 October 2017 in respect of your: 1. Final Tax Assessment for 2016; 2. Preliminary Tax for 2017. You can reduce your 2016 Final Tax liability and your 2017 Preliminary Tax liability by making contributions to a Personal Pension plan or to
Get prepared for the winter months and contact us for a quote on your house insurance today at: 071-9633174, www.mannioninsurance.ie Bawn Street, Strokestown. Co. Roscommon Jim Mannion & Co (Ins) ltd t/a Mannion Insurance is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland
As a business owner it is important to have insurance cover for almost every situation. Liability insurance is an essential cover for all types of business and it is important for your customers to know you have the proper insurances. Even when a business does everything right there is always the chance of an accident happening.
Mannion Insurances have been serving farmers since 1985. We have a wealth of knowledge and experience in the farming sector, which in turn means we understand your needs when it comes to insurance protection. Our farm insurance products offer comprehensive covers and can be tailored to suit your needs. To find out more please go
There are various types of liability Insurances; Public Liability: Insurance that covers the insured in the case of legal action brought by members of the public as a result of bodily injury or property damage. Products Liability: If you sell a product that causes personal injury or property damage then legal action could be taken
Your Income. Let’s look at one of your most important assets – Your Income. Your income dictates you and your family’s lifestyle and future plans. Your income pays you and your family’s living expenses. It pays your mortgage, your day to day living expenses, your health insurance, college fees, etc. It pays for your holidays.
Brokers say having a baby and ‘worry’ are the main triggers to life insurance take up According to Brokers throughout the country surveyed by leading protection specialist Royal London, starting a family and the birth of a first child is the main reason Irish people put life insurance cover in place (excluding mortgage protection). It