Mature Singles and Couples
Being an independent single or a couple gives you the freedom to choose how you spend and how you save. And without the costs of a family to support, you may also have varied assets such as equity in your home, superannuation and perhaps some financial investments. These will have taken some time to build and you expect them to form the basis of a comfortable retirement in the not too distant future. You may also want to pass a substantial part of those assets on to your loved ones. Without the pressure of financial burdens, you can focus on the lifestyle choices you want to make, such as:
Gain control and security.
Financial security for mature singles and couples goes beyond income alone. The freedom you have with your money gives you the control and security you want over your lifestyle. This sense of security however, requires a sound asset protection plan. And deep down inside, you know that true independence requires a good safety net.
Is a good income or an active investment plan all that you need to secure a comfortable future?
You’ve worked hard to get to this point. It would be a tragedy if your assets had to be liquidated to replace income if you were suddenly unable to work. Fortunately this can be avoided with your lifestyle and assets kept intact, through a simple, economic contingency plan.
“I just wanted to say how much I appreciate your recommendation years ago that we add trauma as an extension to the partnership policies. Early stage cancer has been detected, and that has triggered a claim on the trauma policy. I have done my share of whinging over the years about the premiums, but never again!” – Michael K
As you’ve grown older, you’ve realised you are no longer invincible. You know that accidents and illnesses can strike at any time, and often with quite devastating consequences.
Doesn’t it make sense to protect everything you’ve worked so hard for with a dependable life insurance policy?