Partners Life has published client-focused insurance knowledge articles on Partners Life Academy and the Partners Life website. The articles are intended to be sharable material to simplify insurance concepts for clients. Advisers will find PDF copies of the articles in the Content Library under Assets.
- Why your insurance is more expensive than your friend’s
- Why does my premium go up each year?
- How do insurance companies pay out big claims, when their customers only pay small premiums?
- Where there’s a Will there’s a way – Why you should write a will
- Wielding the stick of power: The importance of having a Power of Attorney
- Guardians of the Parenting World: Who would you leave your kids to?
- What is ‘Policy Ownership’ and why does it matter?
- What are ‘Underwriting-Free Increases’?
- What are Exclusions and Restrictions?
- What are Premium Loadings?
- What are ‘Special Acceptance Terms’?
- Claims and Medical Requirements
- PHARMAC or Non-PHARMAC? That is the question…
“Partners Life Academy now hosts a series of short, client-focused insurance knowledge articles that you may find helpful to share with your clients. These articles are also available on the Partners Life website in web format. You may find the PDF format on Partners Life Academy easier to share and discuss.
Insurance is a complex topic, and we know you spend significant time explaining how insurance works to different clients. What if there was a source of short articles you could share that have been specifically developed to help educate clients?
In Partners Life Academy, you will find these articles in the Content Library under Assets. Each article is one or two pages, and available as a convenient PDF download.”
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