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Life Insurance

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Lucky you're with AAMI

Help look after your loved ones, even when you’re gone.

from just $14.231

a fortnight

you can help ensure your loved ones are taken care of with a lump sum of up to $500k if the unexpected should happen.

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How does Life Insurance work?

Life Insurance and Income Protection both offer you and your loved ones additional financial support. Life Insurance will pay a lump sum in case of your death or diagnosis with a terminal illness, while Income Protection will provide you with regular payments should you be unable to work due to illness or injury.

Tailor a Life Insurance policy that’s right for you

There’s no point paying for things you don’t need. That’s why AAMI Life allows you to tailor your policy to your situation, so that you can avoid paying for any unnecessary extras.

AAMI Life Insurance

Best Value

what's included

  • Up to $1.5 million cover (subject to eligibility criteria)
  • Up to $10,000 advance payment (upon death)
  • Cover until your 99th birthday

Full explanations available below

what's optional

  • Major Illness and/or Cancer Cover

Intentional self-inflicted acts

An AAMI Comprehensive Life Cover benefit is not payable in the event of intentional self-injury or suicide within 13 months of cover commencement.

Death in a travel-banned country

If you die in a country where the DFAT has issued a ‘Do not travel’ warning.

you're not covered for

  • Intentional self-inflicted acts 
  • Death in a travel-banned country 
  • Any special term listed on your policy

Help protect your loved ones from just $14.231 a fortnight.

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For a full list of exclusions, refer to the

Product Disclosure Statement (PDS)

How much Life Insurance do I need?

The amount of Life Insurance cover you need will depend on your circumstances, for example how many dependents you have, what your current income is and your level of debt. Use the Life Insurance Calculator to get an indication of how much cover you may need.

Why is life insurance important?

Our loved ones are the most important thing in life, and with life insurance, you can live life confidently knowing they’re protected if something were to happen to you. Learn more about how life insurance can help protect your family through life changes big and small.

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Why AAMI Life Insurance?

When it comes to protecting the ones you love, you can rest easy knowing that AAMI Life was the winner of the Reader’s Digest Trusted Brand award for Life in 2019 and 2020.

Common Life Insurance Misconceptions

Life Insurance

Frequently asked questions

  1. Female Non-Smoker Age 30 with a sum insured of $500,000. The average applicable fortnightly premium amount for this segment and sum insured is $14.23.
  2. Exceptions apply such as when cover is used for some business purposes and for non-financially-dependent beneficiaries of life cover under a superannuation plan. Taxation advice specific to your circumstances is recommended.

AAMI Life’s Commitment to the Life Insurance Code of Practice

AAMI Life Insurance policies are issued by TAL, who played a key role in creating the Life Insurance Code of Practice. AAMI Life is committed to delivering the best possible customer service standards and support the Financial Services Council in promoting and monitoring the Code of Practice. AAMI Life will continue to look for ways to raise the standards of customer service now and over the years to come. Read more

Intentional self-inflicted acts

An AAMI Comprehensive Life Cover benefit is not payable in the event of intentional self-injury or suicide within 13 months of cover commencement.

Death in a travel-banned country

If you die in a country where the DFAT has issued a ‘Do not travel’ warning.