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Life’s pretty sweet when you’re 18 to 30 and single. You’re healthy, carefree, upbeat and at your prime with minimal responsibility. Since you’ve got a long and exciting future ahead of you, the end isn’t a concern for now – which means travel and the fun stuff are on the cards and insurance is probably simmering on the back burner with marriage and babies. But isn’t your financial independence worth protecting?
Help protect your...
- Financial Independence
- Savings goals
What cover could be right for you?
You’re young, healthy and probably feeling invincible - but the reality is young people do still have a chance of getting critically injured or ill.
What would happen if you did run into trouble and your pay cheque was paused?
No one plans to get hurt, but accidents happen all the time. If one comes your way and you’re seriously injured, you might be forced to take time off work to recover. That’s not the only thing that will be left hurting – your wallet will feel the pinch of ongoing financial obligations, plus any high medical costs that could run into the tens of thousands.
This product may be suitable
Receive a lump sum payment, based on your type of injury, to help give you peace of mind against the possibility of needing family or friends to come to your rescue and potentially enduring financial hardship because of it.
Too young or a smart move?
Facts of life
Life insurance is significantly cheaper for young adults, as you are often considered to be healthy and low risk.