If I had to guess, I wouldn’t say you spent part of your weekend reviewing your health cover. But life moves fast, and chances are your health insurance hasn’t been keeping up.

Recent government changes across the entire Private Health Insurance sector are making it more affordable, easier to understand and easier to compare for many Australians, whatever stage of life you’re at.

Of course, there are many factors at play in deciding when and why to review your cover, like age, family status or financial change.

If you’re under 30, there’s never been a better time to see if you can save money on your health insurance policy.

Why? The recent introduction of aged-based discounting with some insurers means if you’re aged between 18-29 you can get up to 10% off your hospital cover, which can help you stay financially fit when it comes to your health insurance premiums.

This is where financial advisers come in. We can help you take out cover or review your policy to assess whether you’re paying more than you should. Then we can quickly and easily help you get started to switch to something more aligned to your current needs.

Now’s the time to make your move on your overall health and wellbeing. With more affordable health cover options for young people, there’s never been a better time to review your cover with the help of your financial adviser. There are also discounts available when you review your health insurance through your financial adviser, so get in touch today and be confident that you’re covered for wherever you’re at in life.

Contact the Centra Wealth team for a free health insurance so that you can compare it to your existing cover. Give us a call at (08) 8231 4709 or send us an email at info@centrawealth.com.au.

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Zac Zacharia (Managing Director) has been assisting clients to create wealth and secure their futures for over 14 years.

He is also an accomplished presenter and educator

Co-authoring the popular investment book, Property vs Shares.