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|Why life insurance is a necessity in tough times|
With household budgets under pressure ... and consumer confidence weak, many families are wondering whether life insurance is worth the expense. Or maybe it is something they can do without? - read more
|DIY Review Checklist for your Income Protection Insurance|
If you have an income protection insurance plan already - or are thinking about buying one, then you need to be aware that these policies require regular maintenance and careful scrutiny to ensure that they adequately meet your needs. Unfortunately, many people purchase income protection insurance policies only to find out about their shortcomings at claim time. - read more
|Understanding the Differences: Income Protection vs Total and Permanent Disability Insurance |
Income protection insurance is a type of policy that provides financial support to individuals who are unable to work due to an illness or injury. The insurance company will pay a portion of the policyholder's earnings, which can be used to cover everyday living expenses and bills. This type of insurance is different from total and permanent disability insurance (TPD) in a few key ways. - read more
|The importance of Income Protection Insurance for Employees|
While some people might think that income protection insurance is only for self-employed individuals, this is not accurate. This type of insurance is just as beneficial for employees, because accidents and illnesses can happen to anyone at any time. Workers' compensation provides only limited coverage, and most employees don't have much more than a few weeks' sick leave accrued. Of course, if you have more than one job, the situation becomes more of a concern if you are injured at one workplace resulting in being unable to work at either. - read more
|Loss of income insurance: Case Study |
Rebecca is a single, self-employed graphic designer who works from home. Aged in her mid-30s, she has monthly commitments of a mortgage and car payments and the usual living expenses. - read more
|'Confusing Question': Insured Successfully Challenges Home Insurance Claim Denial|
29 Sep 2023: .financialservicesonline.com.au
In a recent dispute ruling, a homeowner has successfully contested her insurer's decision to deny a storm damage claim, highlighting an issue with questions regarding the property's condition at the time of purchase. The complainant's victory was based on the finding that she had answered the questions honestly and in good faith, based on her genuine belief about the condition of the property. - read more
|Crop Insurance Claim Denied Due to Fungal Disease|
28 Sep 2023: .financialservicesonline.com.au
A recent claims dispute regarding a farmer's faba bean crops has garnered attention, as the insurer has denied the claim based on the presence of a fungal disease. The farmer argued that a hailstorm was the cause of the disease outbreak, but the decision went against him. Let's delve into the details of this case and understand the ruling. - read more
|Health Insurance Premiums Set to Rise: What You Need to Know|
28 Sep 2023: .financialservicesonline.com.au
Next week, almost five million Australians will see a substantial increase in their private health insurance premiums as major insurers begin to pass on delayed price hikes from October 1st. - read more
|Landlord loses dispute over drug farm fire|
27 Sep 2023: .financialservicesonline.com.au
A recent dispute ruling has resulted in a landlord losing her claim after a fire caused by a tenant's illegal drug operations. Despite the severe damage to the property, the landlord's insurer has relied on a policy exclusion to deny the claim. - read more
|Prepare for Unpredictable Weather as El Nino Looms, Insurers Warn|
25 Sep 2023: .financialservicesonline.com.au
Insurers in Australia are urging citizens to be proactive in preparing for unexpected and extreme weather conditions. With the Bureau of Meteorology declaring an El Nino event this week and issuing severe weather warnings for several regions in the country's southeast, Australians are being reminded not to be complacent. - read more