Archive for the Insurance Category

New year, new financial you

AAM LinkedIn Post New Year New Financial You
New year, new financial you Happy new year. It is hard to believe that 2020 is here already and that the millennium was 20 years ago! There is nothing like the start of a new year, or even a new decade, for making resolutions.  If you’re one [...]Read more

Have you ‘lost’ your life insurance cover through super funds?

From July 1st the 'Protecting Your Super' laws came into effect. These laws are designed to ensure that Super account balances are not being unnecessarily eroded by fees and insurance premiums, particularly for accounts that have a low balance or have been inactive for a certain period. [...]Read more

Australian Start of The Tax Year Seminar

AAM ATO September Seminar

Now that the Election is behind us, what does the ATO have in store for you? With the Federal Election following hot on the heels of the 2019 Budget we now turn our attention to the policies of the reinvigorated Coalition Government. In previous years we have seen a raft of measures which have impacted on the financial wellbeing of Australian Expats and amongst the latest, one which could remove your Insurances from your Super without your knowledge.

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The Difference Between Expat And Local Insurance

Can locals benefit? Why would expats need ‘special’ insurance? This article aims to simplify the options available for all.

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Choosing the Right Amount of Life Cover

How do you calculate the amount of cover that you need to ensure your loved ones are adequately protected should the worst happen? There are two key elements in assessing the level of cover that is appropriate. The first is the amount of debt that you have and what your essential living..

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How Well Do I Understand My Employee Benefits Cover?

Insurance Plan for Expatriate in Singapore AAM Advisory

Perhaps the most complicated employee benefit to determine adequate coverage for is medical insurance. Although many expats employed in Singapore have employer provided cover, the question is; to what extent are you covered and how will your policy respond in a time of need?

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