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Health insurance is worth the cost in the long run

If you think you can’t afford health cover, start saving – because the public health services are only going to get worse

14th April, 2019
As you get older, having health insurance becomes less of a luxury and more of a necessity

There is no getting away from the shortcomings of our public health services, or its soaring cost, now topping €17 billion. And there’s no sign of it being sorted out any time soon.

If you or any vulnerable family members still don’t have private health insurance, it’s past time for you to be considering buying some. Not a week goes by without some report or headline about someone’s quality of life seriously deteriorating...

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