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Mar
11
2022

Health insurance changes to be aware of in 2022

If you’re lucky, you won’t need to use your health insurance this year – or next. That’s what makes it the kind of bill we pay and forget. A new survey by Compare the Market has found that while 91% of private health members expected their premium to increase, only 34% knew how much that […]

Mar
08
2022

What to do if your car has been flooded

Following the devastating floods in Queensland and New South Wales, Compare the Market is reminding car owners what they can do if they have suffered flood damage. Many residents in these states may have found their car to be partially or completely submerged due to the devastating floods. For those who’ve lost their vehicle or […]

Mar
07
2022

Flood affected could face delays amid labour and supply shortages

Insurers are still counting the cost of the devastating flooding event that has rocked southeast Queensland and New South Wales. Based on past catastrophes the figure could climb into the billions according to Compare the Market. Meanwhile, building material supply shortages and high demand for labour could see some repairs delayed. Insurance expert Stephen Zeller […]

Mar
03
2022

No cash rate change in March, but an increase could only be months away

Compare the Market is urging homeowners to start preparing now for an imminent cash rate rise. The Reserve Bank board again elected to hold the official cash rate steady at 0.10% for the 14th meeting, but that’s increasingly likely to change in the months ahead. Compare the Market banking expert David Ruddiman said the RBA […]

Mar
02
2022

East coast floods – know your rights when it comes to insurance

Thousands of flood-affected residents are looking to make insurance claims to recoup for lost and damaged property. Based on past flood events, the recovery bill could be in the hundreds of millions.  We’ve pulled together a guide to help people understand what to expect during the process. I need to claim. What do I need […]

Mar
01
2022

Australia’s most popular ‘first car’ revealed

Buying your first car is a coming-of-age milestone. Pinning up the p-plates, filling the glove box with CDs and cassettes and rolling down windows to belt out your favourite song. Classics like the Corolla, the Commodore and Lancer may spring to mind as quintessential entry-level cars. But which one holds the keys to our young […]

Feb
23
2022

43% of households concerned about damage as wild storms inundate NSW and QLD

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has warned that parts of New South Wales will be hit with severe thunderstorms, intense rainfall, damaging winds and life-threatening flash flooding in the coming days.  Meanwhile, parts of South East Queensland have also been warned of intense rainfall and flash flooding. It comes as recent data from Compare the […]

Feb
22
2022

Compromising lifestyle to purchase property is buyers’ biggest regret

Nearly half of Australians experience buyer’s remorse after purchasing a property, with lifestyle compromises hurting the most, according to new research from Compare the Market. A survey of more than 500 people who bought property between 2017-2021 revealed 45% regretted something about their purchase, with about a fifth (21%) lamenting lifestyle changes or having to […]

Feb
21
2022

Sleepiest Australian cities revealed

Nearly 10% of Aussies are getting less than 4 hours of sleep each night with an average of just 6.4 hours per night around the country, according to a survey by Compare the Market. Gold Coast and Wollongong are our most rested cities with Perth burning the midnight oil as Australia’s least rested, surviving on […]

Feb
18
2022

Draft guidelines shed light on what a “sun tax” could mean for solar customers

Last year, the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) passed a controversial plan that will see demand-based pricing introduced for solar panel owners who export electricity back to the grid. While electricity retailers currently pay customers with solar panels to send electricity back to the grid, the new plan will also see customers charged at certain […]

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