finder money podcast #42: Travel and car insurance basics

Marc Terrano 5 October 2017 NEWS

This week we welcome Jonathan Buck from Huddle onto the show to chat to us about the basics of car and travel insurance. Jonathan is the co-founder and joint Chief Executive of Huddle, an innovative insurance company that provides simple insurance products to consumers and gives surplus profits back to communities. At the end of the segment Jonathan also gave two amazing coupon codes for 10% off travel and car insurance. On the show we covered:

  • Why Jonathan helped started Huddle
  • How Huddles work
  • The origin of insurance (Jonathan breaks this down to a very simple explanation)
  • What Jonathan thinks about peer-to-peer insurance
  • Jonathan's top tips for finding the best travel insurance
  • Complimentary travel insurance offered on credit cards vs standalone travel insurance
  • Top tips for car insurance
  • What Jonathan thinks about self-driving cars and car insurance
  • Jonathan's thoughts about the future of transport

Also on the show Liz, Marc and Adam chat about bank satisfaction levels, the ATM fee removal for big four banks and Gen Y's confidence levels in owning their own homes. In funny money news the team talked about secret cryptocurrency mining, investing in music royalties and North Korean inspired burgers.

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