In Touch with Keystone: February 2019
Welcome to our July issue of In-Touch with Keystone
Welcome to our first issue of “In Touch with Keystone” for 2019. I trust your year is off to a fabulous start – I’ve had a busy start to 2019 with the arrival of two grandsons and having my 82-year-old mum in hospital.
Please take some time to read through this issue, which focuses on medical care options in New Zealand. I'd like to share with you an interesting article from The Herald, who ran a series on ‘Fair Care’ at the end of 2018. I hope you find it interesting – it also includes some links to other articles that might be of interest.
Do I really need a will? 5 reasons over 35s should take control of the future of their estate
It certainly doesn't feel like four months since our March e-letter. I hope this email finds you doing really well and that your 2018 is right on track. Please take some time for yourself to sit back and have a read of this month's article and tidbits of useful information. If you have any feedback, please don't hesitate to get In-Touch!
Six ways to manage the rising cost of insurance
Let’s be honest, our own mortality is not something we want to give a lot of thought to, particularly when we’ve still got (relative) youth on our side. But death, whether sudden or through illness, is a potential reality, no matter what our age or stage in life.
Five things you might not know about personal insurance
Insurance is one of those products that you don’t truly appreciate until you need it. When the unexpected happens, it’s a desperately-needed safety net. But when everything in life is going along smoothly, watching your premiums rise each year can leave you wondering whether it’s money well spent. What you might not realise is that there are plenty of ways you can retain an adequate level of cover while minimising your premium costs. If the affordability of your insurance is causing you concerns, here are six options you might like to consider.
You’re probably aware that personal insurance helps you to cover expenses if you’re unexpectedly affected by illness or injury. But do you know how many different kinds of cover are available to you, how they work, or which ones you really need? Here are five things you might not know about personal insurance.