• Understanding the risks of underinsurance

    Insurance Advisernet, February 21 2018

    From inadequate levels of income protection and life insurance arrangements, to grossly undervalued business assets and equipment, alarmingly few New Zealanders have anything remotely like what they’d actually need in the event of a claim. In other words, as a nation we’re flying by the seat of our pants.

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  • Good things come in threes

    August 28 2017

    Just as world leaders have their trusted brokers, so do successful business owners. It’s an indispensable trio that typically includes your solicitor, accountant and insurance broker.

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  • Budgets, forecasts and selfies

    Insurance Advisernet, May 17 2017

    Planning for the future - embracing digital technology. Death, taxes and new technologies. Day-by-day, week-by-week and year-by-year new advancements, discoveries and products fundamentally change the way businesses operate and interact with their customers. And it’s not slowing down.

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  • When professional advice fails to deliver

    Insurance Advisernet, April 03 2017

    In modern business there are brokers for virtually anything, those whose knowledge and expertise outweighs all others. We pay these experts to analyse, predict and deliver information that, hopefully, further enhances our productivity and profit margins. But what happens when the advice fails to deliver or causes major problems for your business? Or if the advice you provide to another party isn’t well received?

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  • Understand the risk? Or count the cost?

    Insurance Advisernet, February 10 2016

    The importance of adequate flood cover.

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  • Why a disaster needn’t be a financial catastrophe.

    Steve Dymond, January 26 2016

    What would you rather after a disaster hits? Close down temporarily with the peace of mind that everything will be back to normal as soon as the business has been fixed and ready to re-open? Or have banks and staff breathing down your neck while you scramble to keep your head above the water?

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