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03 Dec Only use an AFA for your income protection!

Trauma insurance, income or mortgage protection and life insurance and probably three of the most important insurances you will ever take out. The sad thing is many NZs still feel personal risk insurance such as these are a luxury item and not a necessity. The...

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30 Nov Mortgage and Income Protection can prevent homelessness!

Income and mortgage protection is one of the only forms of risk protection insurance that could prevent you and your family from becoming homeless. Today in NZ 1/3 kiwis will be struck down with a severe injury or illness before they reach the age of...

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29 Nov Trauma insurance- A Life Saviour!

Having personal risk insurance such as mortgage and income protection, trauma cover, life and health insurance set up correctly and in place is as important to your family as paying your rent and mortgage repayments every month. Without it you are very very vulnerable to...

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24 Nov Income Protection must come first before all other insurances!

Personal risk insurances such as Life insurance, mortgage and income protection insurance, trauma and health insurance must come before all other insurances. NZ as a society still does not understand or accept this. This partly due to uneducation and our cultural beliefs that She''ll be...

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20 Nov Income and mortgage protectioninsurance must come first!

This is what I have been saying for years, NZ is one of the worst personally insured countries in the OECD. Most NZs are still confused about what is important to insure. They firstly waste money insuring the things that have the least relevance such...

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19 Nov Top 4 most asked personal risk insurance questions!

When it comes to taking out and reviewing your personal risk insurance such as life insurance, mortgage and income protection, trauma cover and health insurance there are recurring questions that seem to come up time and time again. These are a few: Can I increase or...

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