Health insurance premiums are rising every year — and government rebates are slowly going down. If you’re like most Aussies, you’re starting to feel the pinch of higher health insurance costs. With all of the recent policy changes, it’s more confusing than ever to figure out what your rebate should actually be.
Rebates can range from around 8% to almost 35%, so if you’re trying to save money it’s important that you get this right. We understand how valuable every dollar is, especially if you’re a senior on a budget. Thanks to our free comparison service, it’s easier than ever to stay informed on the latest rebate information and any potential savings you could receive by comparing your health insurance policy.
Here’s How You Do It:
Step 1: Select your current life stage below.
Step 2: Once you select your preferred coverage options, you will have the opportunity to compare quotes from multiple health funds.
In 2018 Our Experts Helped Thousands of Aussies Save Money on Their Health Insurance
We know that a lot of people worry about having to re-serve waiting periods if you switch policies. The truth is if you’re not increasing your level of cover you don’t have to re-serve any new waiting periods. It’s much easier than you think to pay less and still get what you need.
Our team of health insurance experts have years of experience dealing with health funds and insurance policies. We know how to maximise your rebate and identify a more personalised, cost-saving policy to suit your needs.
It only takes a few minutes to look at your current policy and see how much your rebate should be — and how much you could save by comparing different health funds and policies. Over the last year, our free comparison service has saved Aussies an average of $380.79* by comparing health funds.
*Average savings based off 15,178 customers during FY18/19.
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Get Started Now:
Step 1: Select your state below .
Step 2: After answering a few questions, you will have the opportunity to compare quotes in your area and could be eligible for significant savings.