My clients are a newly married couple aged 33 and 29. They both value their personal private medical insurance (PMI) plans but are concerned that rising premiums mean they may have to surrender them. What options are available that could persuade them to retain their cover or cater to a smaller budget?
Brian Walters, Regency Health There are a number of ways to reduce the cost of private medical insurance, but the starting point should always be a whole-of-market review on a like-for-like basis. Many...
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