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Visit any worksite and at least one tradie will be able to regale a yarn of a time they had their tools nicked from the back of the ute, swiped on-site or mistakenly carried off by a contractor. Stolen tools are more than a mere inconvenience – as well as shouldering the replacement costs, your […]

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The big problem with your travel insurance

Published on: August 5, 2019

Most people think buying travel insurance is a bit of a last minute, no-brainer that can be purchased via the first option that pops up on Google. Unfortunately, when claim time comes around things can start to unravel dramatically. Travel insurance is one of those products that most people think they can take a DIY […]

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Why small businesses use an insurance broker

Published on: August 5, 2019

Small business owners tend to be born optimists with little inclination to think about what could go wrong. That’s why it pays to have an insurance broker in your corner to safeguard what you’ve worked for. Paul Harrison’s family-owned shoe shop in Sydney’s Neutral Bay has operated out of various locations for more than half a century. […]

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NSW Emergency Services Levy Insurance Monitor

Published on: January 23, 2017

MESSAGE FROM THE NSW EMERGENCY SERVICES LEVY INSURANCE MONITOR Reductions in insurance premiums caused by changes to the funding of emergency services The way the NSW Government funds the Emergency Services agencies is changing – there will no longer be a levy on your insurance policy. Currently, individuals and businesses insuring property in NSW contribute […]

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Why should you use a Broker

Published on: May 25, 2014

Global leadership and team consulting expert Lawrence Polsky, uses his knowledge of executive performance to reveal the one thing that ensures leaders are operating at their full potential. And it’s something we all yearn to do. Working yourself into the ground does not a successful executive make. Olympians do not work nearly has hard as […]

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According to a Pricewaterhouse Coopers report, many companies rely too heavily on risk models that are necessarily limited, rather than making everyone personally accountable for managing risk. While there is no doubting the sophistication of some risk models, it is important to remember that such models are essentially simplified versions of reality and deal only […]

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