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  1. Elective surgeries put on hold causes more pain for Kiwis

    It’s no secret that the Kiwi health care system is in a crisis, with many having to wait months or even years to be seen by specialists. The Covid pandemic has seen our public healthcare waitlists skyrocket, thanks to many appointments and surgeries placed on hold.

  2. Planning an overseas getaway? Here’s what you need to know about travel insurance

  3. With rising rates, is your mortgage repayment cover enough?

    Over the past few months, interest rates have been rising rapidly, with some rates almost doubling. So with interest rates rising, what happens to mortgage protection insurance?

  4. Treatment for Endometriosis

    Did you know that 1 in 10 women will suffer from endometriosis in their lifetime? While treatment is covered under public healthcare, wait times can be extremely lengthy.

  5. Will my insurance policy cover Covid-19?

    With lockdowns and levels relaxing, borders beginning to open, and Omicron well and truly established here in New Zealand, it’s no wonder many people are starting to wonder about what happens if they get sick?

  6. What are the different types of insurance?

    When it comes to insurance, there are so many different types of cover that it can be difficult to know which cover, policy, and provider is right for you. Taking out insurance is something that most of us don’t like to think about, yet is incredibly important to ensure we have the right level of...

  7. Interest rates are on the rise…. What insurance should I have?

    If you are a homeowner, then it’s likely you have either experienced, or are about to experience, a hike in the amount you spend monthly on your mortgage. With all the changes happening in the lending space lately, it’s a good idea to take a look at whether your insurance is still meeting your ne...

  8. Why health insurance is so important right now?

    New Zealand has fared quite well through the pandemic, with Covid not nearly as wide-spread as in many other countries. However, one thing that has been reiterated throughout the last two years is that our healthcare system is in a dire state.