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Who's going to pay your bills if you lose your job?


For most of you, your mortgage is likely to be your biggest financial commitment, so it is vital to ensure that the repayments will always be covered.

What is Redundancy Insurance Cover?

Redundancy Insurance provides you with a monthly benefit for up to six months if you are
made involuntarily redundant or adjudicated bankrupt.

I met Dean and decided to move my policies to BRAVEday. Fair to say, it has been extremely refreshing to deal with a professional business who CARES. Dean and Tania have provided quality service and are not about clipping the ticket, they add value in many ways. They take time to understand and keep on top of my personal/family circumstances and look at ways that can add value beyond insurance, whether it be information sharing or networking.

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Why do I need Redundancy Insurance?

Redundancy Insurance Cover helps to alleviate what can be a very stressful situation.  It gives you time to find a new job without worrying about how you will meet your mortgage repayments or pay other bills.  It also gives you the flexibility to find a job that suits you rather than taking the first job offered because you need an income.


Doesn't the government cover me for this?

Many people mistakenly assume that the government (Work and Income New Zealand - WINZ) will take care of them if they are made redundant.  While you may be entitled to some financial assistance from WINZ, it is unlikely that you will be able to afford to fund your current lifestyle, and depending on the value of your home and other assets you may find that you get very little help at all.


How long does it pay for?

Redundancy Insurance pays for up to six months or until you start working in your new job, whichever comes first.


When I claim, how long do I need to wait before I get my money?

In most cases you will receive your first payment one month after you are made redundant or adjudicated bankrupt, but this can vary depending on which insurance company your cover is with.

It is important to note that most Redundancy policies have a six month stand down period... meaning you cannot claim on this benefit within the first six months from when it was issued.


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The material contained on this website is provided for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal or other professional advice. Brave Day Limited does not accept any responsibility for any loss which may arise from reliance on information contained on this site.