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As private health insurance premiums increased on April 1 for another year, new research points to how poorly informed Australians have been regarding premium increases year on year, as well as the reasons for the increases.
To celebrate its launch of pet insurance comparisons this month, leading insurance comparison service comparethemarket.com.au releases new research that reveals the crazy love Aussies have for their pets.
With the Federal Government announcing a 4.84% increase in private health insurance premiums, new research reveals households are expected to take action with regards to their health cover.
Most handsome founder of comparethemarket.com.au Aleksandr Orlov and his trusty sidekick, Sergei, have landed on Australian shores – in toy form.
With the Federal Government expected to give the green light to private health insurance premium increases for the 16th year in a row, Aussie families have named the point at which they would consider walking away from their family policies.
Approximately 75 per cent of Aussie households use air conditioners – ranging from 97 per cent in the Northern Territory to around half of households in Tasmania who use air conditioners or evaporative coolers.
As the total value of vehicles stolen reaches half a billion dollars in 2016, a leading comparison service warns Aussies about the unforeseen costs of having your vehicle stolen and the theft ‘red zones’ within each state.
Personal insurances such as car, travel, health and home and contents are necessary, but a leading insurance comparison service believes many Australians are paying unnecessary premiums by unknowingly insuring the same risk twice.
Aussies who are thinking of starting or growing their family are being urged to check their private health insurance cover at least a year ahead to avoid being caught short with potential waiting period traps.