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A ban on ‘price walking’ in the motor and home insurance sectors will come into effect this July.
People affected by cancer in their lifetime face being refused products including insurance and mortgage protection cover because of their medical history, new research from the Irish Cancer Society reveals.
I am 33 years old and I do not have private health insurance. I simply never bothered as I felt I would not need it until I am much older. I understand that if I take out private health insurance when I am older it will be much more expensive for me. Is this true? Please explain it to me.
Insurance premiums for personal and business customers must be “slashed” and the Government “finally get a grip” on an industry which has “had its own way for far too long”.
Campion Insurance, one of Ireland’s leading independent insurance broker has this morning (Thursday) announced its arrival in Galway through a merger with leading broker McLaughlin & Greaney Insurances trading as Future. Under the terms of the merger, Future will become part of Campion Insurance. The merger has been approved by the Central Bank of Ireland and the consideration is for an undisclosed sum.
Sale prices fell by 3.3 percent in the year to June, according to the most recently issued Daft.ie Housing Market Report with the average price of a standard three bedroom semi-detached residential property in Westmeath now costing €140,000.
Up to 80 per cent of people are paying too much for their health insurance because they do not review their plan each year. As the health insurance market becomes increasing competitive, it is now easier than ever to save money on your premium.
The average cost of running a family car for a year is €10,593.26 according to the AA’s annual survey of motoring costs. According to calculations, the total is a decrease of €98.11 on the same figure for last year.
Galway University Hospital’s [UHG and Merlin Park ] End of Life Care Committee will hold its annual ecumenical memorial service on Thursday September 12 at 7pm at the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill.
Up to 80 per cent of people are paying too much for health insurance because they do not review their plan each year.