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Is Health Insurance Worth it.

Some people might say that health insurance is not worth the money. However, if you consider all of the benefits that come with having health insurance, it is easy to see why it is such an important investment.

Posted on 
Apr 14, 2022
  by
Reece Frazier
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Financial Health

The Best 5 Budgeting Tips For 2022

Budgeting has been a part of personal financial planning for thousands of years. In modern times, however, budgeting has lost its way as more and more people have found themselves unable to keep their savings from dwindling. But as costs continue to rise across the board, perhaps it's time to reignite your interest in better finance management. The best personal finance strategies can help you save money for your future and even earn some extra cash along the way.

Posted on 
Jan 5, 2022
  by
Reece Frazier
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Insurance

Go to the dentist before Christmas or lose health care benefits...it's crazy!

Every year as Christmas approaches, life gets busy. We all have parties to go to, presents to buy, food to prepare and the kids are off school! Why do most of us have to deal with the fact that if we don't book health care extras treatments by the end of the year we lose any benefits!

Posted on 
Dec 16, 2020
  by
Reece Frazier
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Insurance

The budget and private health insurance

The dust has now settled on the federal budget but little has been said about how it will impact private health insurance. The team at ExtrasJar is here to give you the lowdown on a key change announced in the budget and how it may impact you and your family.

Posted on 
Oct 26, 2020
  by
John Connor
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Financial Health

Tax and private health insurance explained

You will often come across terms like “lifetime loading”, “medicare surcharge” or “government rebate” when signing up to a private health insurance policy or completing your tax return. The team at ExtrasJar explains these terms below to help you understand how they may affect you and the amount of tax you pay.

Posted on 
Jul 13, 2020
  by
John Connor
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Insurance

1 in 15 people aged 25 to 29 dropped private health insurance last year. Will the industry survive?

With the pandemic reducing income for everyday Australians and many health services being unavailable due to the lock down, thousands of young people have dropped their private health insurance. Will the industry survive or is reform needed?

Posted on 
May 24, 2020
  by
John Connor
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Household CFO

The mother’s dilemma - which child uses my health care limits?

When it comes to health insurance extras, we are faced with a dilemma, which child uses the family limits and which child goes without? There are alternatives which need to be discussed.

Posted on 
May 18, 2020
  by
John Connor
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Investments

When will the economy recover?

Equity markets have rallied off their lows during April 2020 and the rate of recovery will be closely watched as new economic policies are introduced and restrictions are lifted. The extent to which consumer sentiment rebounds will be a key driver of the shape of recovery.

Posted on 
May 1, 2020
  by
John Connor
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Household CFO

Should I save for my own health care extras rather than use insurance?

Should I save for my own health care extras rather than use insurance? I have come to the conclusion health care extras are not worth it and I now save for my own health care extras instead.

Posted on 
Sep 16, 2019
  by
John Connor
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