Looking after all your stuff.

Contents insurance as a back-up plan.

All the things in your life really add up.

What do you think your possessions are worth? Most people underestimate the value of their belongings, which means that many of us are under-insured for contents – or not insured at all. Whether you’ve just left the family nest to go flatting or have a house-load of valuable items collected over decades, having the right amount and type of cover is hugely reassuring. Check out our guides and articles for a fresh view of contents protection.

A complete guide to contents insurance in New Zealand

As soon as you leave the family nest, contents insurance becomes a must-have. If you’re not living in a home you own, renters’ insurance is probably the best way to go. If you’re a homeowner, your own contents insurance policy is the answer. The difference between contents and house insurance

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What is sum insured?

The term ‘sum insured’ means the maximum amount an insurer will pay, minus your agreed excess, when you make a claim. It’s mainly used for

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