This month in our 'Do I need risk insurance?' series we meet the Chens.
On Tuesday 8 March 38 AFRM staff members took part in a volunteer day at seven Mai-Wel shared living homes across Maitland, which are for people living with a disability. Our staff installed garden beds and provided gardening services to the homes, as well as met and interacted with some of the residents.
CommInsure are in full damage control after this weeks Four Corners program exposed some very concerning practices. In essence, it is alleged that CommInsure goes out of their way to find reasons not to pay claims. We feel we should respond to this.
This great endorsement was emailed to AFRM last week by a senior claims manager at an Australian Insurer –
This year we are introducing a new series called ‘Do I need risk insurance?’ It will focus on what insurance different people may need at different stages of their life. Each month we will look at a particular demographic and discuss why insurance may be useful for them. We hope this helps you understand what insurance could be relevant for you.
After reading our article on the 6 reasons to have Income Protection cover, an AFRM client contacted his adviser and was able to make two claims.
We have a quick chat with AFRM founder Phil Young as he prepares to say goodbye to the company after 20 years of service.
You’ve worked hard, saved and made plans for your retirement. You may have planned to buy a new car, renovate the house or travel overseas or around Australia. These are the plans of many of us on the verge of retirement.
This style of TPD insurance refers to an ownership structure that was created to provide individuals with two main advantages. That is, to enable individuals to access the comprehensive cover found in “own occupation” TPD insurance, whilst funding the majority of the premium cost from superannuation for taxation and cash flow advantages.