Tired of paying too much for health insurance?

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Compare Club CEO, Andrew Davis explains to John Deeks how to not only bypass the April 1 heath fund increase but learn how to get the best health cover for you and your situation. With an average 3% increase in Private Health Cover in March and then again in October, there is no better time to analyse your current cover. Andrew explains the extremely easy and safe way to do this. 


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