Archive for: March 2019

More savings are going unclaimed as seniors
can’t find them

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Aussie seniors are struggling to retrieve savings because they’re unaware of the hundreds of government entitlements available to them. Here’s how you do it: Step 1: Select your current life stage below. Step 2: Once you select your preferred coverage options, you...

World Oral Health Day: Get your pearly whites out

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A healthy smile is worth celebrating. Good oral hygiene goes beyond pearly whites. What’s inside your mouth can reveal a lot about what’s going on inside your body. An unhealthy mouth has been linked to a number of diseases such as diabetes,...

Understanding private health insurance and diabetes

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If you’re a person living with diabetes in Australia, then you might already be aware that finding affective private health cover with an ongoing medical condition can often be a difficult task. Here’s how you do it: Step 1: Select your current...

The New Order: How To Save on Private Health Cover in 2019

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For the majority of Australians, health insurance is an essential purchase. But in 2019 it’s one that is becoming increasingly unaffordable. Year on year, as prices increase, the new order of value-for-money health insurers is decided, and loyal customers get left behind....

Simple Ways You Can Save With Your Seniors Card

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Getting older is something to celebrate, and as a senior in Australia, there are important concessions that become available to you as you age. Sometimes, these added benefits can be worth their weight in gold. Here’s How You Do It: Step 1:...

Restricted health funds vs open: What’s the difference?

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Key Points Restricted health funds are only open to members of a specific group or industry. In many cases, family members are also eligible to join. You are usually able to stay in a restricted fund even if your situation changes; for...

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