Variety isn’t just ‘the spice of life’. When it comes to getting the best insurance policy to cover you and your family, variety is useful, helpful and, sometimes, quite valuable. This is why we’re proud to announce that our range of options has recently expanded. Eric James & Associates has recently signed an … Read More
It can be difficult for people to understand the incredible difference an Income Protection policy can make particularly when life forces an unexpected and often tumultuous change. “I’m too active to get sick” or “I’m too healthy to be off work” is still the default mode of thinking for many. This is why it helps … Read More
The Scouts were onto something when they adopted ‘Be Prepared’, as their motto. However, as much as we’d love to live by this pearl of wisdom, life just doesn’t always go to plan. Big changes or big surprises happen and, in the chaos that follows, it’s easy to overlook the little things… like updating … Read More
One of New Zealand’s leading insurance companies made the news in late September with the announcement that it will publishing more information about how it works, what it is doing to improve its service and how it helps our customers. Partners Life is one of our key insurance partners. In September they announced they … Read More
The ever-changing Covid-19 landscape has brought uncertainty to many New Zealanders trying to plan for the future. No matter what lockdown level were at, Eric James & Associates are here for you. First, the most important thing: If you had cover in place prior to lockdown absolutely nothing has change. You are still covered … Read More
In 2020 many of us had a little extra time on our hands when we couldn’t get outside with our lives like normal. While we were certainly busy we also used some down time watching the occasional film or two – which inspired us to compile this list on films where insurance plays a major … Read More
Just because a stay-at home-parent doesn’t earn a salary, it doesn’t mean it wouldn’t hurt their family if they were to pass away.
Here are some statistics to help you when discussing the subject on insuring non working spouses. The site www.msn.com puts the value of a home-maker at $50,000 per annum!