Budget Bootcamp.


 

Day 11: Ensure you're insured.

 

Woah we’re halfway there 
Woah hopefully not living on a prayer…. 

Let’s all hope that there aren’t too many more years like 2020 ahead.  

But in case there are, it’s a good idea to make sure you’ve got the insurance you need.  

Insurance gives you a bit of a safety net if the world decides to go all Armageddon on you. 

When taking out insurance, you should consider a number of options, including: 

  • home and contents 

  • vehicle 

  • health  

  • income protection

  • travel (if 2020 has taught us anything, make sure you read the fine print!). 

As a rule of thumb, the higher the excess, the lower the premium – choose a balance that’s right for you.  

Check annually to ensure your premiums are as low as possible, whilst still giving you maximum cover.  

Next, use your bills photos to check you’re getting the best deal. If you’re unsure, jump on our website and see how we compare.  

If you’re considering income protection, it can be a bit tricky. So, it’s worth checking out the guide from Moneysmart or speaking to one of our financial planners  – it's free.  

 

Your week 3 snapshot.

Day 11.

Ensure you're insured.

Day 12.

Organise your accounts/buckets.

Day 13.

Set up a savings hack.

Day 14.

Superannuation health check.

Day 15.

Tackle your expenses.

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