Leading health insurance comparison service, comparethemarket.com.au (CTM), supports the government’s decision to overhaul the private health insurance industry by making cover simpler and more affordable for consumers. “With household budgets under intense pressure, these changes have been a long time coming and will be welcomed…
The saying ‘you never know if you’re insured until you make a claim’ may ring true for millions of Australians in the event of an unforeseen home incident, new data indicates.
Comparethemarket.com.au has released its quarterly petrol price analysis ahead of the long weekend, revealing motorists in most parts of the country should hold off filling up the car and wait until the weekend where prices should continue to ease.
Flight delays, not enough leg room and long luggage waits have topped the list of Australia’s biggest travel complaints.
With the cost of living having increased significantly this year alone – thanks to a rise in health cover, energy prices and mortgage rates – new research reveals the extremely tight spot Aussie households could be in if they get into financial distress.
Aussies are changing their lifestyles to fit around their pets, shunning social events, exercise and even work, says new research from pet insurance comparison service comparethemarket.com.au.
“Comparethemarket.com.au welcomes the findings of the Senate Economics References Committee’s inquiry into Australia’s general insurance industry.”
High energy bills are taking a toll on our relationships as well as our wallets, with nearly half of Aussie households (43 per cent) saying they argue about turning up the heating in winter.
Households are expected to turn into fridges this winter, as residents across Australia are at their wit’s end to find ways to reduce the cost of energy bills, with gas and electricity prices rising again on 1 July.
Australians who do not have hospital cover from 1 July after their 31st birthday and only take it out later in life will have to pay an annual 2% cumulative yearly loading on top of their premium for up to 10 years. Yet new findings reveal almost half (47%) of Aussies don’t understand what Lifetime Health Cover is.