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Why Take Out Pet Insurance?

Anyone who has a pet will know the dreaded feeling of going to the vet. Not only is there a chance you could be parted from your beloved pet for a few days, but you also have to pay the hefty vets bill! Pet insurance is a great way to protect your pet with a small monthly payment, rather than facing a hefty lump sum should anything happen.

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Football Fans Travelling To See The World Cup Urged To Protect Themselves With Travel Insurance

As summer approaches in the Northern hemisphere, it’s no secret that Australian football fans are counting down the days to this year’s World Cup. It would appear however that travel insurer Allianz is also busy making preparations for arguably the biggest sporting event of the year. Allianz is seeking to remind Aussie football fans who intend to visit Russia to exercise a little caution before making the journey. The insurer says that the Government of Australia has advised its nationals travelling to Russia to exercise a great deal of caution which Allianz says is a sentiment it echoes. Continue reading

Younger Australian Travellers Skipping Out On Travel Insurance

We’ve all heard terms such as millennial’s, you may have even come across a HENRY, though we still don’t entirely know what that means. The latest research however has revealed a new class of younger Australians that have cash to spend and love to travel that are being referred to as flashpackers. According to the study gone are the days when young Aussies would strap on their backpacks to head overseas on the smell of an oily rag. Continue reading

Majority Of Australians Underinsured When It Comes To Home And Contents

According to a recent study by a market research firm, an astonishing 83 per cent of Australians are underinsured when it comes to their home and contents insurance. This is a real cause for concern because a recent Climate Change report has warned that many parts of the country are experiencing a rise in extreme fire weather.  The main reason most Aussies are underinsured is because of failure to update policies and the increasing cost of full cover. The real issue however is the financial burden homeowners may face if they find that something goes wrong, particularly if there is a bush fire. Continue reading

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