ExtrasJar provides health insurance to improve your personal and financial health. ExtrasJar offers hospital cover and an ExtrasJar account. An ExtrasJar account allows you to save to pay for health care general treatments (extras). Whilst you save, we invest your money into a registered Managed Investment Scheme (MIS) and you can use your invested funds to pay for health care extras with your debit card for approved health care services.
An ExtrasJar account allows you to save to pay for health care general treatments (extras) by making one-off and/or periodic deposits into your account. Your deposits will be used to purchased units in the ExtrasJar registered Management Investment Scheme (Australian Registered Scheme Number (ARSN): xxx xxx xxx). You can find out more about the Management Investment Scheme in the Disclosure Documents. You can use your units in the fund to pay for health care extras using your available balance. You can pay for the extras using your debit card.
Most Managed Investment Schemes have long delays to get access to your funds and don't give you the ability to pay for health care at the point of sale. We allow you to access your investments at the point of sale. No more leaving your savings in a low interest rate with the big banks.
You can apply online and submit an application here. It's quick and easy. Before you apply you must read and carefully consider the Disclosure Documents ([Product Disclosure Statement] and [Additional Information Document])
To apply for an ExtrasJar account you must: Be a resident of Australia for tax purposes; Have an Australian residential address; and be at least 18 years old at the time you submit your application.
Yes. You can open an account, and then nominate family members to use your ExtrasJar account for health care extras.
Log into your ExtrasJar account and select the "Add Investment" button. You can make one-off investments or set up a periodic investments. You can make a deposit using Apple Pay, an Australian bank card or by direct debit from a nominated ADI (Australian Deposit-Taking Institution) account. It's your choice.
We help you get more from your health insurance, so you can invest those savings.