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NIB boss wants Medicare abolished.
Here’s what to do if you sustain an injury while abroad.
There are a range of unexpected incidents that Australian travellers can be reimbursed for.
Revealed: the areas where global warming is set to wreak most havoc.
Making a claim on an insurance policy isn’t as simple as a quick phone call ...
Brendan wants to know how Centrelink will assess bonuses from his life insurance policy.
Insurers are deeply concerned about a government crackdown on life insurance policies.
Mike explains why he is covered for pregnancy and IVF – in his 70s.
Calls for introduction of a Medicare-style universal insurance scheme for primary dental care.
New car owners could have their driving activity recorded.
Norma is worried her husband’s life insurance policy is robbing them of pension payouts.
Are baby boomers’ concerns about private health cover finally being heard?
Cruisers reveal their biggest concerns about cruising.
Two in five Australians (39 per cent) did not visit a dentist at all last ...
Banking report slams industry for putting profits before people.
The government saved private insurers, and now it needs to put them in the spotlight.
Enthusiasm for private health insurance is waning.
Research finds lack of support in hospitals is putting patient wellbeing at risk.
A range of complex issues means property owners in some areas pay more for insurance.
Funeral insurers have convinced many consumers to pay too much for their costs.
Health forum seeks value for money with greater transparency around surgeons’ fees.
Many people are abandoning their private health insurance policies.
Fears for public health system as more people shun private cover.
Smartraveler and CHOICE share tips for saving money on travel insurance.
Patrick asks Rod Cunich for help on how to bequeath insurance on his wife’s life. ...
Research reveals that rising energy costs are hurting retirees the most.
Government-mandated insurance disclosure doesn’t help make purchasing decisions.
Australian travellers urged to be vigilant of health while on holiday.
Slater & Gordon launches ‘Get Your Super Back’ class action.
Travellers can now be covered for the cost of a delayed flight.
ASIC threatens life insurers with enforcement action over sales tactics.
Experts Choice Travel Insurance Awards
Not too late to check if you are owed a refund for buying junk car ...
Noel Whittaker tells Andrea whether she and her husband should ditch life insurance.
Want to do a price check on out-of-pocket medical expenses? Now you can.
Can older Australians continue to afford the rising cost of health insurance?
Removal of default cover set to have a big impact, accounting firm warns.
Survey finds big jump in the number of Australians abandoning their cover.
Olga Galacho reveals the plans and products that are most confusing.
Home insurance costs can take a chunk out of any budget. Here's how to minimise ...
Ombudsman reveals a shocking rise in private health insurance complaints.
Calls for tax incentives to allow individuals to save for their own health care.
Call for insurance rule exemption that disadvantages policyholders to be dropped.
Tired of paying huge car costs? Recoup those expenses by renting out your four wheels.
Labor will cap private health insurance premiums should it win the next election.
Many privately insured patients face high out-of-pocket medical costs.
Older Australians’ health is being compromised.
It might be as simple as picking up the phone and asking.
Transparency, complexity, affordability the key words.
Don’t get taken for a ride by shonky salesmen selling junk car insurance.
Investment bank analysis talks up public healthcare system.
Older workers to suffer from new insurance pricing policy.
The Government needs to make good on a promise to improve health cost transparency.
Anti-poverty group urges rethink of vehicle insurance to increase fairness.
Private health insurance is increasingly expensive; are your extras giving you value?
New document identifies health insurance reforms that will lower premium costs.
Health insurance overhaul largely ignores seniors, unless they have a bad heart or hip.
How far does your Medicare cover extend when you travel?
If you want a refund for add-on junk insurance, here’s what you need to know.
AMA calls on the Government for healthcare policies to contain a minimum level of cover.
Commonwealth Bank announces refund program for customers and staff.
ASIC finds some super funds have inappropriate default settings.
There are sound reasons to consider combining your superannuation balances.
Specialist travel insurance for baby boomers and older travellers.
A little preparation will help your road trip go off without a hitch.
Travel insurance for older Australians: tips for buying travel insurance.
An Aussie family has been told by their insurer that surgery to save their daughter ...
When is the best time to purchase travel insurance? The answer is very simple …
Here are five good reasons to should consider buying domestic insurance.
Here’s how to choose the right travel insurance for you, so you can spend more ...
Having the right level of travel insurance cover is critical when travelling.
Will travel insurance cover your Airbnb stay?
Car dealers are charging consumers up to 18 times more for life insurance products.
The ACCC has delivered a scathing review of the private health insurance industry.
Australians who are sticking with current service providers could be losing big bucks.
YourLifeChoices has 50 useful questions you may wish to ask.
Apia is proud to present the 2015 Apia Good Times Tour – back, bigger and ...
Taking out insurance can be a great way to protect your loved ones.
If you have an accident life can be turned upside down in an instant.
Thousands of Australians have been sold into invalid insurance products.
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While mistakes can’t always be avoided, you can try and learn from them, including those ...
Olympic swimmer Shane Gould is still going strong. She shares her past triumphs and talks ...
What can we learn from those living in the world’s Blue Zones?
Although you simply can’t be without it, you don’t want to pay a fortune for ...
When receiving a renewal notice for an insurance policy most people just sign on ...
How many of you also cast aside your insurance renewals without reading the details?
YOURLifeChoices subscriber Kerri is keen to know which income year will determine ...
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Smartphones are really just mini computers these days. Unlike computers, however, we shove them ...
YOURLifeChoices subscriber Jenny wants to know if her home and contents insurance ...
As you age you may give more consideration to covering your health. YOURLifeChoices ...
Q. Carol A trip to the specialist often results in expensive tests ...
To maximise retirement benefits, investors must be proactive in managing their super, warns ...
As the devastation reeked by the recent floods becomes evident, people naturally start to worry about how they will rebuild their lives and replace their possessions. Some insurance companies do not cover flood damage however, customers of Apia can have peace of mind that they are covered. ...
Making sure you are getting a good deal with your insurance means shopping around. Get several quotes, being careful you are comparing like with like. Like for like can be product related or policy conditions related. For example, make sure you are quoting on the same excess level. Does ...
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