Updating your insurance information

If you find that you will have to pay more out of pocket because your benefits were lowered then you may want to get private insurance as well.

While that can be expensive it may offset large medical bills if a crisis arises.

One quick call is all it takes to ensure your policy details are up to date and you are fully covered.

To make a change to your car insurance policy, please check your original documentation to ascertain your provider and policy number and call Allianz Australia Limited 1300 138 926 A&G Insurance 1300 858 747 Some common changes you must let us know about: Please note that if your car insurance is an Allianz Leased Vehicle Motor Insurance policy (novated lease customers only) you will need to contact Rem Serv on 1300 736 662 to make a change to your policy If you need to update your home and contents policy, such as new furniture or a change in the structure of your home, please check your original documentation to ascertain your provider and policy number and call: Allianz Australia Limited 1300 138 926 A&G Insurance 1300 858 747 If you pay your premium by direct debit or credit card, it's important to let us know if your bank details have changed.

After the recent slew of natural disasters, average annual premiums are expected to surpass

After the recent slew of natural disasters, average annual premiums are expected to surpass $1,000, with some owners likely to see double-digit rate hikes. Then dust it off and make insurance your next project. Don't base your coverage level, though, on the home's appraised value, which includes land costs. Price out extended or guaranteed replacement policies, which protect you from inflated labor and material costs following such catastrophes.

Once they change your information with Medicare they will notify you to changes in your coverage.

Depending upon your exact situation it could be a change for the better or worse.

Instead, says Kevin Mc Carty, president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, use the recent per-square-foot replacement costs in your area, available from your local homebuilders association. In New York state, land makes up 9% of the average home's value, according to the Lincoln Institute. Inspect What's Not Covered Don't assume that all "perils" are covered.

As homeowners learned the hard way after Hurricane Irene last August, standard policies exclude damage from flooding, not to mention earthquakes and landslides.

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After the recent slew of natural disasters, average annual premiums are expected to surpass $1,000, with some owners likely to see double-digit rate hikes. Then dust it off and make insurance your next project. Don't base your coverage level, though, on the home's appraised value, which includes land costs. Price out extended or guaranteed replacement policies, which protect you from inflated labor and material costs following such catastrophes.Once they change your information with Medicare they will notify you to changes in your coverage.Depending upon your exact situation it could be a change for the better or worse.Instead, says Kevin Mc Carty, president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, use the recent per-square-foot replacement costs in your area, available from your local homebuilders association. In New York state, land makes up 9% of the average home's value, according to the Lincoln Institute. Inspect What's Not Covered Don't assume that all "perils" are covered.As homeowners learned the hard way after Hurricane Irene last August, standard policies exclude damage from flooding, not to mention earthquakes and landslides.

,000, with some owners likely to see double-digit rate hikes. Then dust it off and make insurance your next project. Don't base your coverage level, though, on the home's appraised value, which includes land costs. Price out extended or guaranteed replacement policies, which protect you from inflated labor and material costs following such catastrophes.

Once they change your information with Medicare they will notify you to changes in your coverage.

Depending upon your exact situation it could be a change for the better or worse.

Instead, says Kevin Mc Carty, president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, use the recent per-square-foot replacement costs in your area, available from your local homebuilders association. In New York state, land makes up 9% of the average home's value, according to the Lincoln Institute. Inspect What's Not Covered Don't assume that all "perils" are covered.

As homeowners learned the hard way after Hurricane Irene last August, standard policies exclude damage from flooding, not to mention earthquakes and landslides.

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