Insurance Advice

Insurance is necessary when you are a business owner. Yes, the law does not legally require you to have the right insurance. However, it would do more harm than good if you skip getting insured, especially when running a business. The problem with insurance, especially business insurance, is that it is an intricate subject matter. It is often multifaceted with different types, requirements, rules, and cover.

As insurance specialists in Western Australia, we advocate for our customers, particularly employers and employees, so they avoid any form of financial stress. Having insurance is helpful, but having the right one can be life-saving, especially during unforeseen events.

Insurance is an essential component in managing risk. You do not need to own a business to understand the risks of being uninsured. For example, if you are an electrician, miner, or construction worker, the last thing you want is to lose your tools, leaving you no choice but to buy new ones. This situation can be alleviated with the help of Tools and Property Insurance.

Our blog contains helpful insurance advice for every trade. Whether you’re looking for a suitable insurance cover or deciding to get specific insurance, you will find the information you need here.

Saving Money on Insurance – the Do’s and the Don’ts

After the Queensland floods it became very apparent that cutting corners on insurance trying to save a few dollars can be very costly, but with so many policies out there how can you select the right policy and coverage to suit your needs. Insuring your business is important, insuring your cover is adequate is essential. Many businesses and individuals find…

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What is a Certificate of Currency or Certificate of Insurance?
What is a Certificate of Currency or Certificate of Insurance?

If you have just received approval for a home loan, you already have conquered your fair share of hurdles, and congratulations are in order. Your next step is to provide your lending institution with information that confirms your property is insured. You will do this with a Certificate of Currency which may also be called a Certificate of Insurance.

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Are you Under Insured?

Under insurance is the result of nominating a value for an asset such as your home that is too low to actually replace it in the event that it is lost or damaged. In 2005 the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) estimated that 70% of Australian homes were under-insured. Should the worst happen and an under-insured asset be lost,…

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