Young singles & couples

The key focus of financial development in the early years of your career is of course, your income. As a young person, you don’t plan to get sick, injured or to die unexpectedly. And in fact, most people don’t expect misfortune- regardless of their age.

When it comes to the unexpected, you think, “it won’t happen to me.” But the reality is that no one is immune to illness, injury, or premature death. It can happen to you, and has happened to people who’ve believed that exact same thing. Many of our clients once thought it would “always happen to somebody else”, including this one.

Since my injury the team at Concept Benefit Planning and especially Josh have become some of the most important people in my life...I never once imagined I'd need this kind of help and support because we all think serious injuries are something that always happen to somebody else. Well, this time it happened to me and Josh has always shown real commitment to my case.

David N

Regardless of what your beliefs are about the unexpected, earning a good income and growing it quickly is a priority for most young Australians. Income allows you to:

  • Pay the bills
  • Enjoy recreational & social activities
  • Travel
  • Create the home environment you want
  • Own the car you want
  • Put aside some savings

Young singles & couples still face many risks to their current and future lifestyle that need to be considered. What would happen if you lost your ability to earn an income? How would you provide for yourself should you be permanently disabled?

It’s easy to ignore these kinds of questions when you’re young. But the reality is accidents and illnesses can strike at any time, often with quite devastating consequences. Doesn’t it make sense to protect your future with a dependable life insurance policy?