Insurance to keep you flexible in life!
If you were unable to work for 3 months or longer due to an accident or illness, could you meet your ongoing expenses?
Learn what types of insurance products will best cover the things you value and help protect the ones you love. Our insurance professionals can provide affordable, quality life insurance solutions to help protect you from the risks of everyday life.
Life insurance protects your family and dependents by paying a lump sum if you pass away, or in some cases, the benefit can be paid earlier if you are diagnosed as being terminally ill. It is important to work out individually how much cover you need, but the lump sum payment can be used for goals such as repaying your mortgage, credit cards and other debts, generating an ongoing income stream for your family to meet their future living expenses and setting aside money for future education costs for your children or grandchildren. Without insurance, your family may also find it difficult to maintain their standard of living.
Income Protection Insurance protects you by paying an ongoing income if you are unable to work due to illness or injury. The cover pays an ongoing monthly benefit to protect your lifestyle by replacing your lost salary so you can continue to meet your living expenses and debt repayments, and protect your wealth by reducing or removing the need to sell assets to generate cash. Without insurance, you may need to run down your savings, sell assets, and/or rely on family. You may find it difficult to maintain your standard of living or pay for the care and medical assistance you need. This can place extra stress on your recovery.
TPD (Total Permanent Disability)
TPD insurance protects you and your family by providing a lump sum if you suffer a permanent disability arising from an illness or injury and are permanently unable to work. Usually there will be a requirement for you to have been off work for a period of at least three or six months before a claim can be considered. iFinancial can assist setting up your insurance policy and ensuring you have the correct type of TPD, as well as making a claim on your behalf.