Consumers reviewing, renewing and claiming on their policies

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A recent report released by life insurance specialist Brett Wright, has shed some light on the life insurance commission debate, from an advice practitioner and consumer point of view. The report breaks down the “Getting Covered” component of the consumer-adviser relationship and advice process, whilst also digging into the review and renewal of life insurance,

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What do consumers want and can life insurance survive after a ban of commissions?

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A recent report released by life insurance specialist Brett Wright, has shed some light on the life insurance commission debate, from an advice practitioner and consumer point of view. Life insurance is complex, confusing and people don’t wake up in the morning thinking about why they need to buy it. Life insurance advisers cut through

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Are life insurance commissions fuelling Self-Interest or Best Interest?

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A recent report released by life insurance specialist Brett Wright, has shed some light on the life insurance commission debate, from an advice practitioner and consumer point of view. The government, regulators and opposition have continued with their narrative of supporting a ban of life insurance commissions (or potential ban pending an ASIC review). For

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Why do life insurance commissions need to stay?

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A recent report released by life insurance specialist Brett Wright, has shed some light on the life insurance commission debate, from an advice practitioner and consumer point of view. In his report, Wright articulates the value advisers deliver when providing life risk advice, how consumers fair in a commission vs. no commission world, why an

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