Nicola Middlemiss is a senior writer at Finder, focussing on all things insurance. She has been a business journalist for the last five years, reporting on various industries including insurance, banking, mortgages and financial services across Europe, North America, Asia and Oceania. She has written over a thousand articles covering the Australian insurance industry. Now, she uses that experience to help customers understand their policies and make smarter financial decisions. Nicola graduated from the University of Leeds, with a bachelor's degree in English and Art History.
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Get the lowdown on what's happening, so you can get a better deal on your health insurance.
Leading insurance CEO warns that major changes are on the horizon.A leading expert in life insurance has encouraged Australians to look into income protection insurance now, as significant legislative overhaul is just a few months away."Any consumer, if they're thinking about income protection, they should be thinking about it sooner rather than later," said Russell […]
Here's how your home insurance could help with flood damage, fallen trees and even spoiled food.
Review ING Travel Insurance to see if it’s right for you. Compare from five policies: comprehensive, essential, last minute, domestic and annual multi-trip.
Travel insurance companies are responding to the epidemic in different ways. Here's a recap of what they're saying.
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New rules around income protection insurance are set to come into play this April – and while the updates aren't all bad, it seems there will be some serious stripping back of benefits.
Bushfire victims are being warned of another potential danger, as scammers often strike in the wake of a natural disaster.
Find out what you can claim if your trip has been cancelled or rescheduled because of the Australian bushfires.