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December 2020 | Austbrokers Terrace Insurance | Adelaide | Melbourne

Coronavirus and travel insurance: are you covered?

With Italy’s cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus rising rapidly, and with the majority of Europe following suit, the global health crisis is showing no signs of slowing down. Iran continues to report cases while here in Australia the count is steadily going up. So, for those thinking of travelling, how will their plans and protection […]

Four things self-employed people need to know about super co...

Written by contributor to publication Smart Company – Branca Misic I started my first business after having my first child, and like many small business owners, I let my superannuation drift to the bottom of my to-do list. At tax time, worried that I would get in trouble, I asked my accountant if I would […]

Strengthening cyber-resilience for business continuity

COVID-19 has brought a host of challenges for SMEs. From maintaining cashflow to deploying new remote technologies and environments, businesses of all sizes have had to quickly adapt to keep afloat during this challenging time. It’s no question that survivors of this turbulent year are resilient, but to ensure that business continuity continues long term, […]

Australians remain unprepared for bushfire season

Last year’s bushfires devastated thousands of Australians and cost insurers $13.5 billion in claims, making it one of the costliest fire seasons in Australian history. Despite that fact, millions of Australians still refuse to take measures to protect their homes, according to Finder. Finder’s latest survey found that 51% of respondents living in regional areas […]

Bushfire season is upon us

Your guide to Australia’s new, clearer emergency warnings. Bushfire warnings will be consistent across the country and clearer about how people should respond under a new system in place from December 1st, 2020. The Australian Warning System will also bring flood, storm, cyclone and heatwave warnings into line with those used for bushfires, with the […]

How to formulate a secret sauce for your business, and keep ...

Most successful businesses have a secret sauce that gives them a competitive edge and increases their chances of success. This might be an insight based on data, or it might be a process, a system or a team of people that is difficult for competitors to replicate. It gives a company its unique value proposition. […]

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