If you want to earn a little cash in Ireland then you will need to work hard to find the right job.

The Irish Times has found the best way to do this is by taking out a loan from the Bank of Ireland.

The bank lends out up to 30% of your earnings to companies that want to invest in Ireland.

But you should also make sure you are aware of your rights.

Here is what you need to know about borrowing:If you are working on a job for less than 12 months, you are not eligible for a loan and you should not apply for a job.

There are three main types of loans you can apply for:For the first year of employment, you must earn up-to-€5,000.

This is for a total of six months.

If you earn more than €5,500, you may qualify for a further three months of loans, totalling up to the amount you earn during the first six months of employment.

This means if you earn €100,000, you could have to repay a total loan of €30,000 if you work for a six-month period.

The third type of loan, the three-year loan, is also available to Irish citizens working in the hospitality industry.

This is for up to four years, with a repayment rate of 15%.

This loan covers up to three years of wages and includes a loan repayment of up to 10% of the amount of the wage you earn.

The amount you pay out of pocket during this period is limited to €2,000 for each year of your employment.

If you do not pay any of your own wages you will be able to borrow up to 15% of these repayments.

You can also apply for an extension on the loan once you have worked for a maximum of 18 months, and your wage is more than six months old.

You will also be able apply for this loan once your wage falls below the amount that is required to pay off your loan.

If this loan is extended, you will receive a lump sum payment.

You will have to pay this amount out of your personal savings account each year.

This repayment rate is based on your total earnings for the previous 12 months and is calculated at the beginning of each year, based on how much money you earned during that period.

If your total wages fall below the repayment rate, the amount owed will increase.

If the repayment ratio falls below 10% for more than three months in a row, your bank will cancel the loan.

However, you should note that if your wages rise above the repayment amount and you repay the loan early, the bank will repay it and you will not lose any money.

The loan will not be cancelled if your bank fails to repay the payment in full, even if the loan is renewed.

If a company decides to extend a loan, it is important that you contact your bank to make sure it is safe to extend the loan, and that it is not too late.

You should also check if your employer has already made a payment and if you need any other help.

If an extension is not possible, it could result in you having to repay more of your loan, potentially taking more out of the account.

If there are problems with your application, your loan will be cancelled.

This will mean that you will no longer be eligible for the loan and will not have access to any more payments.

The Bank of England has told The Irish Press that this is not a problem and that you should have no further concerns.

However if you have a problem with your bank, contact your local banking branch.

If any problems arise, contact the Department of Social Protection, as well as the Department for Work and Pensions.