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Category: Health Insurance

Add value to your workplace with an employee wellness hub

What does employee wellness mean to your organisation? Have you considered wellness initiatives to support your employees’ mental, physical and social health in your workplace? Employee wellness is no longer just a buzzword, with a recent IBEC survey[1] finding more than eight out of ten

How to make fitness fun and easy this summer

There’s nothing like the Irish long summer evenings to give your fitness goals a boost. We all know just how important fitness is for our mind, body and soul, from its impact on our cardiovascular health and immune system, to the endorphins that kick in

How to feel better during difficult times

Life is full of ups and downs and no matter how hard we try to avoid them, it is inevitable that we will all experience low points at some time in our lives. As this month marks a full year since Ireland entered its first

Covid-19 Update

We will continue to follow updates and guidance from Government and health officials. This is clearly an unprecedented situation and we will aim to keep you informed of any significant changes affecting our ongoing business operations if we need to adapt to changed circumstances. At

NEW!! Health Insurance Market Review service

The Hennelly Finance team is delighted to announce our Health Insurance Market Review service for new and existing customers. With more than 300 health insurance plans available on the Irish market, it can be an overwhelming task to compare each one. Our new Health Insurance

Health insurance due? Review before you renew!

Health insurance renewals for the vast majority of people in Ireland are due within the first three months of each new year. If you fall in that category now is the time to review your health insurance to make sure you are getting the right

Why health insurance is a must for your kids.

In Ireland, we’re fortunate to have access to a public health system that covers our children when they get sick. But what if the case is considered non-urgent? Could the waiting period have long term effects on your child’s development? If so, would you be