Quotemonster are heading to New Plymouth on the 5th of June! Popular demand said we had to go to Taranaki, and I am very pleased to say I will be presenting that session myself. I love Taranaki and have friends there. Click here to register for the workshop. We also have have these events coming up in the next couple of weeks too and it's not too late to register:
Thank you so much for attending our recent Quotemonster roadshow. We have had record attendance, with more than 500 attending so far, and we still have a couple more venues to go. For all those who have expressed interest in the Advicemonster offer, we'll be in touch next week, and will switch the service on for you then.
While special events increase features are a useful addition to insurance contracts, they are probably overweight in the Quality Product Research Limited model. That weighting is currently under review and a reduction for the 'incidence' score for the item (applicable to all providers) is likely. As a point of contrast, the rarely-used special events feature is currently worth more than the constantly-used indexation feature. That is probably the reverse of the actual impact on claims amounts paid. Another wrinkle in the model that is likely to be dealt with is the difference in incidence between life, trauma, TPD, and income protection benefits.
Quality Product Research have recently updated the 'Research Tools' area in Quotemonster. You can access this by clicking on the 'Research Tools' button on the dashboard for those of you who are subscribers to research. The Funeral Plans, Business Overheads Cover and Key Person Ratings have all been updated to include the latest policy documents, policy availability comparisons, and research and premiums for the outlined scenarios. Below are some screenshots of these areas: