Archive for the Short Term Insurance Category

Moral of the Story: Don’t push your luck with Insurance Companies

A somewhat “different”, but apparently – true story. Simply put (in Afrikaans) Slim vang sy baas!

Moral of the Story: Don’t push your luck with Insurance Companies – they have dealt with (just about) every trick in the book that man can throw at them. Continue reading Moral of the Story: Don’t push your luck with Insurance Companies

Fire wreaking havoc among modern homesteads in St Francis Bay

Whilst the previous article (“As a South African, what are your concerns?”) was still being prepared to be posted on the IIB website, disaster, only a few kilometers away from PE, was wreaking havoc among 75 homesteads in St Francis. This type of calamity (which presents in many different forms and circumstances) we have all, at some point in our lives, most likely seen – it could have been the destruction of a single home in our neighbourhood or a fire destroying a valuable business or commercial building or farmstead.

The fact is, fire remains a real threat to all and besides taking the normal precautionary measures to try and prevent such an occurrence, we do need to make sure that our Short Term Insurance is adequate to compensate for the financial loss which is likely to be suffered during such an unforeseen event!

SOUND ADVICE ON SHORT-TERM COVER THAT COULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!!

MAKE SURE YOUR COVER MEETS THE NEW INFLATION TEST – MUTUAL & FEDERAL
 
Rising inflation doesn’t only put pressure on the Reserve Bank … it also tests your short-term insurance cover. Macro factors like inflation and rising import costs on the back of a weaker Rand can drive up replacement values of many household items, from audio equipment to furniture and appliances.   Continue reading SOUND ADVICE ON SHORT-TERM COVER THAT COULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!!