Insurance costs are rising faster than the economy.
The average annual cost for an Australian is $8,000, compared with $3,000 in the U.S., according to data from insurer Aussie.
That’s a whopping 25 percent increase in three years, according to Aussie, which is a big part of the reason insurance companies are charging premiums in Australian dollars.
That makes insurance more expensive than in other countries, but it also means Australians can’t afford to lose their jobs.
Aussie accident insurer, Australian Insurance Company (AIAC), has the most expensive policy in Australia.
It costs $2,400 a year.
Aussie’s insurer, Unibet, charges $2.25 a month.
The average premium for a policy in New Zealand is $1,800, according in a research note.
The insurance company, Life Insurance Australia, is $800 a year higher than the average, while in Australia it’s $1.50 a month higher.
Australian insurance is cheap in some countries.
In the U to U.K., insurance premiums are cheaper than the U’s average.
In New Zealand, the average policy costs $1 million, according a research paper by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence.
And in South Africa, the insurance company has a lower average policy cost than average.
The median annual premium in South African is $2 million, compared to the average of $4 million in the United States.
But in Australia, the difference is huge.
Australia’s average policy, according the research, costs $10.7 million.
And its average annual premium is $14.2 million.
In South Africa it’s less than $4.5 million.
That means a policy can cost $10 million to $20 million in South American countries, according Toews.
So in South America, Australians can expect to pay a premium much higher than people in the rest of the world.
This article was originally published on the ESPN Clic Info website.