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The New Year is a classic time for new resolutions and fresh starts. So, why not take the first step to giving your finances a health check and read the ‘The Talking Money Guide’, which we’ve sponsored. The Talking Money Guide was written by Jill Kerby and Karl Deeter and is free to download.

Irish Life MAPS is our range of five Multi-Asset Portfolio funds, available on our pension and investment plans. Each Irish Life MAPS fund is managed to a specific risk level – now and into the future.

The Self-Invested Fund gives you access to a greater choice of investments than traditional pension funds. It also gives you a greater level of control over how investment decisions are made, such as how assets are allocated.

Find out what type of investor you are by trying our Investor Profile builder application. You can download your profile as a PDF.

You can get a quote for any of our life insurance products - mortgage protection, term life insurance, whole of life insurance and income protection.

If you have existing reviewable life insurance cover it is important to regularly look at your protection needs for the future. We've put together a guide and a video to help you understand how your reviewable protection plan works and help you plan for the future.

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Life insurance provides financial protection to your dependents (Typically your spouse/partner and children) if you die. Life insurance plans are usually taken out for a fixed term, e.g. 20 years, and pay out a lump sum (The Sum Assured) to your dependents if you die before the end of term.