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When Life changes, so should your Life Insurance!

The nation's biggest superannuation fund has moved to ensure under-25s no longer have insurance premiums automatically deducted, saving them about $9000 on average.

The ABC reported this week that Australian Super says Life and TPD and other insurances are mainly of benefit for people with dependents and financial commitments, such as a mortgage.

If you're one of the people below, chances are you've got some Life Insurance - whether it’s in your super or elsewhere.

But do you have enough? And are you paying too much?

Remember that as a FiftyUp Club member, you’re able to Get a Quote here on the members-only offer with FiftyUp Life Insurance.

A regular review is a good idea because life circumstances change, and so should your cover. For example:

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE CURRENT FIFTYUP LIFE INSURANCE SPECIAL OFFER

 

Sources:

https://www.tal.com.au/slice-of-life-blog/when-is-the-best-time-to-get-life-insurance

https://mozo.com.au/insurance/life-insurance/guides/do-you-need-life-insurance

Any information contained in this article is general in nature and does not take account of your individual circumstances, objectives or needs.

 

 

 

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margaret
margaret from NSW commented:

With topics as popular as this perhaps it is time to broaden the topic base. The ABC now has another version of its, 'The Drum', up and running and is a far more interesting site even if closed for comment more often than open. After all, if a radio station wants listeners to tune in and listen to the advertisements it needs new interesting up to date topics to keep there audience coming back and involved. So be it with this 'club'. Just a thought. Why not ask members what they want from the club. What is of interest to them, what would make them more interested in logging in and becoming involved? 

margaret
margaret from NSW commented:

With topics as popular as this perhaps it is time to broaden the topic base. The ABC now has another version of its, 'The Drum', up and running and is a far more interesting site even if closed for comment more often than open. After all, if a radio station wants listeners to tune in and listen to the advertisements it needs new interesting up to date topics to keep there audience coming back and involved. So be it with this 'club'. Just a thought. Why not ask members what they want from the club. What is of interest to them, what would make them more interested in logging in and becoming involved? 

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