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#Rainy Day Fund

# rainy-day-fund - Saturday 2 February, 2019

From TheJournal.ie The Rainy Day Fund will not be used for Brexit Piggy Bank Savings

The Rainy Day Fund will not be used for Brexit

The rainy day fund will be supplemented with an annual €500 million from the Exchequer, starting this year.

# rainy-day-fund - Tuesday 9 October, 2018

From TheJournal.ie €1.5 billion to go into a Rainy Day Fund Budget 2019

€1.5 billion to go into a Rainy Day Fund

Another €500m is to be added to the fund annually from 2019.

# rainy-day-fund - Wednesday 23 May, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Donohoe defends 'rainy day fund' - but opposition parties reckon it's 'useless' Financial Cushioning

Donohoe defends 'rainy day fund' - but opposition parties reckon it's 'useless'

The fund has been described as “ill-thought out” and “ill-timed”.

# rainy-day-fund - Tuesday 11 July, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Explainer: What is this 'rainy day fund' we keep hearing about? Money Money Money

# rainy-day-fund - Thursday 6 July, 2017

From TheJournal.ie There's no money in Ireland's 'rainy day fund' Piggy Bank

There's no money in Ireland's 'rainy day fund'

Because it doesn’t really exist yet.

# rainy-day-fund - Tuesday 10 June, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Two thirds of Irish consumers can't save regularly Rainy Day Fund

Two thirds of Irish consumers can't save regularly

While there have been gains over the last year, most Irish people still can’t save every month.

# rainy-day-fund - Tuesday 13 May, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Here's what the Irish are saving money for Rainy Day Fund

Here's what the Irish are saving money for

Education, renovating homes and holidays are all increasingly popular, but saving for a rainy day is still king.