Archive for the ‘Insurance’ Category

DIY Insurance – will it work for you?

By admin • May 30th, 2017
DIY Insurance – will it work for you?

Research showing that Australians are underinsured, has prompted insurance companies to advertise simple insurance solutions on television. But are these quick and easy plans suitable for your family? A study commissioned by the Investment and Financial Services Association (IFSA) found that only 4% of the population with dependent children was adequately insured. Another survey undertaken […]

What would happen if you couldn’t work?

By admin • May 26th, 2017

If you were paid the average annual wage of $82,804 (1), you could potentially earn $10,000,000 over a 40-year working life (2). You would use this money for daily living, for holidays, to accumulate assets like a house and car and to save for your retirement. Being injured or taken ill, for only a short […]

A great way to help your kids

By admin • January 31st, 2017

We are always hearing about how important it is to insure our own lives and income, but what about insuring our children’s? How would your adult child and their family survive financially in the unfortunate event of an accident or an illness that prevented them earning an income for an extended period of time? Income […]

Insurance in super – is your cover adequate?

By admin • November 29th, 2016

You have insurance cover in your superannuation right? You probably think you’re adequately covered, yet if something were to happen to you, you might be in for an unpleasant surprise – and by then it might be too late. An example from an adviser’s perspective: I met a new client recently who was in quite […]

Counting the cost of a curve ball

By admin • November 16th, 2016

Here’s a confronting question: what would you do if the main breadwinner in your household could no longer bring in an income? Do you have a Plan B? Most people don’t. That’s where insurance comes in. Curve balls. They’re unexpected, often deceptive and it’s impossible to predict their trajectory. That’s why they’re so devastating – […]

How well protected is your business?

By admin • September 23rd, 2016

If you’re like many business owners you have already insured the physical assets of your business from theft, fire and damage. But have you considered the importance of insuring yourself – and other key people in your business – against the possibility of death, disability and illness. Not being adequately insured can be a very […]

An often forgotten aspect of insurance

By admin • September 15th, 2016

When most people think about financial planning they tend to focus on the wealth creation side of things, but often forget about the wealth protection. Building a financial plan without adequate insurance is like building a house on flimsy foundations. Comprehensive insurance cover can be a significant expense; however these costs can be made more […]

Counting the cost of a curve ball

By admin • January 27th, 2016

Here’s a confronting question: What would you do if the main breadwinner in your household could no longer bring in an income? Do you have a Plan B? Most people don’t. That’s where insurance comes in. Curve balls. They’re unexpected, often deceptive and it’s impossible to predict their trajectory. That’s why they can be so […]

The insurance you most hope you’ll never need is the insurance most people don’t have

By Swish • November 25th, 2013
The insurance you most hope you’ll never need is the insurance most people don’t have

The human brain operates in a funny way when it comes to the risk and reward. There are certain risks such as: our house being burgled, having a car crash, or an airline losing our luggage; where we can easily justify the need for insurance to protect ourselves. In these situations, while there is a […]

Every family has a story…….welcome to ours

By admin • May 3rd, 2013
Every family has a story…….welcome to ours

            Over the last 6 months or so, Paradigm has had many new additions welcomed into the world by our clients. Congratulations to the Richardson’s, Verheyen and Auletta, Exeter’s, Willett’s and the many new grand children of clients. What changes when a family has started or been extended?  Incomes Parental, […]

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