Protecting Your Future

Life is full of unpredictable events that are hard to control. While no-one can take away the suffering associated with death, illness or injury, financial protection can ease the financial burden these events may cause. The right financial protection plan for you depends on your individual circumstances.

We can help you choose the most appropriate package of cover, taking into account your expenses, debts and personal goals.

Income protection insurance

If you’re unable to work due to sickness or injury, income insurance can provide a regular stream of funds totalling up to 75 per cent of your ordinary income. And the premiums are tax deductible.

Life insurance

A lump sum is paid to your nominated beneficiaries in the event of your death. The payment may help your family and dependants cope with the financial burden left by your tragic loss.

Trauma recovery insurance

A lump sum is provided if you suffer one of an extensive list of trauma events including cancer, heart attack and stroke.

Total and permanent disability (TPD) insurance

In the unfortunate event you become totally and permanently disabled, TPD insurance pays a lump sum to help you maintain your quality of life.


Business expenses insurance

If you own a business and sickness or injury stops you earning an income, business expenses insurance provides a basic payment to help with day-to-day business costs.

Key person and business succession insurance

Business owners can help protect their business against death, disability or serious medical trauma happening to a key person or co-owner by taking out an appropriate package of life, TPD and trauma recovery insurance.

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Case study – Bill’s insurance package

Bill just bought a new car for $30,000. He knew about the importance of car insurance, and did not drive away from the car yard before it was insured.

Bill also recently purchased his first home for $500,000. After saving years for his deposit, there was no way he was going to leave it uninsured.

Bill earns $60,000 per year and, like most people, he expects to be working until age 65. What he doesn’t realise is that his income over the rest of his working life will amount to around $2.4 million dollars after tax.

But he hasn’t yet insured his income. And unlike the premiums for house and car insurance, the premium for Bill’s income insurance will be tax deductible.