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September 2016 - Austbrokers Terrace Insurance | Adelaide | Melbourne

Risk of Underinsurance

Risk of Underinsurance

Underinsurance is when you don’t have enough insurance to cover all the costs of rebuilding your home. You are considered to be underinsured if your insurance covers less than 90% of the rebuilding costs. Increasing your insurance cover may not cost very much, and you may even be able to get more cover for the […]

Happy Valley Football Club Sponsorship

Happy Valley Football Club Sponsorship

Austbrokers Terrace are proud supporters of Happy Valley Football Club. Our association with the Happy Valley Football Club stretches back to playing for the Club during the 1980′s, Official Positions on the Committee and Coaching during the 1990′s thru to 2000′s and in recent years Committee Member and of course, Luke Ferguson (a broker with Austbrokers […]

Accounting Sector Targeted in Successive Trojan Email Attack...

Accounting Sector Targeted in Successive Trojan Email Attacks

Accountants and bookkeepers were the target of high-volume phishing attacks September. In each attack, cybercriminals sent out fake invoices bearing the logos of accounting software providers Xero, FreshBooks and Intuit QuickBooks. The attacks were large in volume and, in some cases, varied and persistent. In each case, recipients were asked to click a link to […]

Taylor Swift Insures her Legs for $40million

Talor Swift’s team has allegedly looked into insuring the songwriter’s legs just in case something bad happens during one of her routines. “It seems like a ludicrous sum, but if something was to happen to her legs, Swift wouldn’t be able to give her signature stage performances,” the source told the gossip weekly. “Her $200 million […]

Cyber Insurance: The Cost of Not Getting It

Cyber Insurance: The Cost of Not Getting It

When it comes to cyber crime, size isn’t important, hackers will take any data they can, and sometimes it’s much easier to get into the systems of a small business. Businesses of all sizes are increasingly vulnerable to cyber-attacks – the need for cyber insurance is really heating up. Continue reading full article here. Source: Dynamic Business Need […]

4 Cyber Risk Misconceptions Popular with Midsized Firms

4 Cyber Risk Misconceptions Popular with Midsized Firms

Despite frequent reports of hacking, cybercrime, security breaches and related events in all parts of the U.S., many middle market companies continue to underestimate their exposure to these attacks along with their need for focused risk management measures, which may include the purchase of specialized insurance. Read full article here. Source: Insurance Journal Photo Source: […]

Under 25s MV Insurance Tips

When it comes to the best car insurance. Perth younger drivers often face a raw deal. Their age and driving inexperience are a big risk for insurers, and so they will often find a young driver or under 25 penalty is added to their premium. However, there are ways to trim the cost of your car […]

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