Here we help you understand how Trauma insurance could help support you and your family, to allow you the financial freedom during the worst of times. This lump-sum payment can help you focus on receiving the best treatment available, pay for rehabilitation, and even cut back your work hours to be able to concentrate on your recovery.
Recent legislative changes have affected the way many Australians are provided with life insurance through superannuation (super). We outline what’s changed so you can understand if you’re likely to be impacted.
When it comes to ‘life admin’, there’s often a lot to keep on top of.
If you’re like many Australians, when it comes to your health insurance, utilities, or even your mobile plan, you tend to leave them in the ‘set and forget’ pile or ‘too hard’ basket.
With life insurance, it’s probably no different. You may already have some form of cover through your super; however, the chances are you haven’t looked at the details too closely.
With the increasing concern of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) globally, many individuals are being directly impacted both physically and financially. During these circumstances, it is understandable to be unsure of what the future holds. During these unprecedented times, it is important to be ‘alert but not alarmed’.
There’s a lot to love about this great Australian life, but sometimes things don’t go as planned. With diagnoses of serious illnesses on the rise, it’s important to know the likelihood of health issues and the cost of recovery.
Critical Illness cover can’t protect your health, but it can protect your finances and give you choices when needed most.
New vaccinations and screening techniques could see cervical cancer eliminated from Australia by 2028. We look at our nation’s boundary-pushing treatment agenda and tips for women to stay safe.
Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer amongst women around the world – there were 570,000 new cases in 2018 alone according to the World Health Organisation, with 933 of those affecting women in Australia, Cancer Australia reports.