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Life Insurance Articles

Trauma Cover: Calculating Adequate Protection for Life's Unexpected Moments Trauma Cover: Calculating Adequate Protection for Life's Unexpected Moments
The financial fabric of our lives consists of both planning and safeguarding against the unforeseen. Trauma cover, a lesser-known but crucial aspect of personal insurance, provides this protection by offering a lump sum payment upon diagnosis of specific serious illnesses or injuries. In the tapestry of financial planning, it acts as a vital safety net, ensuring that unexpected health crises do not lead to monetary distress. - read more
Maximize Your Safety Net: Top Tips for Optimizing Income Protection Benefits Maximize Your Safety Net: Top Tips for Optimizing Income Protection Benefits
Welcome to a pivotal guide dedicated to empowering you with the essentials of income protection insurance in Australia. As we navigate through times of uncertainty, safeguarding your financial wellbeing becomes not just a priority, but a necessity. Income protection insurance stands as one of the key pillars of financial security, ensuring a steady flow of income during periods when you're unable to work due to illness or injury. - read more
Life After You: Planning Ahead With Quality Life Insurance for Your Family Life After You: Planning Ahead With Quality Life Insurance for Your Family
Life insurance is a fundamental component of a robust financial plan, yet its significance is often underestimated. It serves as a safety net, ensuring that your loved ones are financially secure in the event of your absence. Understanding life insurance is the first step towards safeguarding your family’s future. - read more
The Impact of Parenthood on Your Life Insurance Choices The Impact of Parenthood on Your Life Insurance Choices
Life insurance, a contract between an insurer and a policyholder, is designed to provide financial protection to loved ones in the event of the policyholder's death. For parents, this protection takes on a new level of significance. The birth of a child heralds a profound shift in priorities, with a focus on safeguarding the future of one's family. Hence, understanding life insurance options becomes a crucial aspect of responsible parenting. - read more
Life Events That Should Trigger a Life Insurance Review for Aussie Families Life Events That Should Trigger a Life Insurance Review for Aussie Families
Life insurance is a cornerstone of financial planning for Aussie families, offering protection and peace of mind. But what happens when the bustling flow of life brings changes? This is where a life insurance review comes into play. A life insurance review is a thorough analysis of your existing policy to ensure it aligns with your current life circumstances and financial goals. - read more

Insurance News

Life Insurance Participation Drops By Nearly One-Fifth in Five Years Life Insurance Participation Drops By Nearly One-Fifth in Five Years
19 Apr 2024: .Paige Estritori

Last year, research from a major insurance provider signaled a significant shift in the life insurance landscape within Australia, showing a marked decrease in the percentage of insured non-dependent adults of working age. Only 77% now carry some form of life insurance, a stark contrast to the 94% coverage rate recorded in 2017. Industries evolve, yet the dip in these figures marks a noteworthy trend within the life insurance sector. - read more
London's CFC Gears Up for Australian Expansion With Local Acquisition London's CFC Gears Up for Australian Expansion With Local Acquisition
18 Apr 2024: .Paige Estritori

In a strategic move to fortify its Australian footprint, the prominent London-based cyber insurance firm CFC has announced the procurement of Melbourne's Solution Underwriting. Already an experienced player in the Australian insurance sector, CFC’s recent acquisition marks a significant augmentation of its local operations. - read more
Urgent Call for Stamp Duty Reforms as Queensland Votes Loom Urgent Call for Stamp Duty Reforms as Queensland Votes Loom
18 Apr 2024: .Paige Estritori

In the lead-up to the imminent Queensland state election, the Australian Consumers Insurance Lobby (ACIL) is fervently appealing to prospective legislators to prioritize an overhaul of the antiquated stamp duty regime. ACIL has pinpointed this as a critical issue, particularly in the context of the escalating costs that have disproportionately impacted residents in the north of the state. - read more
Clarification Call: Insurers Challenged on Confusing Terms Amid Crisis Clarification Call: Insurers Challenged on Confusing Terms Amid Crisis
11 Apr 2024: .Paige Estritori

For two consecutive days, the flood-affected residents of Queensland have been voicing their concerns during the ongoing deliberations of a federal inquiry, tasked with examining insurers' responses to the catastrophes of 2022. The inquiry, in its concluding phase, conducted its second public hearing in the Logan area on April 10th, 2024. - read more
Revamping Strategies Against Climate Threats After Sky-High Weather Losses Revamping Strategies Against Climate Threats After Sky-High Weather Losses
10 Apr 2024: .Paige Estritori

The undeniable escalation in weather-related calamities has thrust insurers and governmental bodies into the spotlight, urging a tactical shift in Australia's fight against nature's fury. A recent assessment by prominent insurance broker Aon sheds light on the nation's susceptibility to meteorological mishaps. - read more

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