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No matter what path you’ve taken so far, there’s no doubt you’ve worked hard to get to this point in life. You enjoy your financial freedom, you know who you are, know what you want and have already ticked off a few more life goals – like establishing a rewarding career, seeing the world and maybe even trying your luck on the property ladder.
With or without kids, you still have immediate and ongoing expenses to cover. If you were unable to work due to a serious injury or illness, or perhaps you passed away before your time or became permanently disabled, what support would you have to rely on? If you’re a single parent, who would nurture and protect your tribe?
Getting insurance can ensure that your relatives and friends don’t have to come to your rescue and endure financial hardship by taking on your unresolved debt. It’s also nice to know that you could leave them your legacy, instead of selling off your assets to cover mounting bills.
Protect what matters most:
- Financial Independence
- Travel & treats
What cover could be right for you?
If a nasty surprise put you out of work due to accident or illness, who would come to your rescue? Would your medical bills (which may run into the thousands) and everyday expenses put pressure on your nearest and dearest? And what about your rent or mortgage? You may even have your own children and their futures to think about.
You may think death is a long way away from your doorstep, but nobody knows what would happen tomorrow.
If you did leave your family behind, be it your parents, brother, sister, or kids, you could be leaving them with your personal debt, too.
This product may be suitable
Life insurance helps ensure that your final expenses, personal debt are covered and if you’re a parent, that your kids are cared for. That way, your aging parents, friends and relatives can move forward more comfortably.
Reap the rewards of being prepared
Facts of life
More than three in four Australians are diagnosed with a serious illness in their working lives.
Source: ABS January 2013