Around 95% of Australian families don’t have adequate levels life insurance*.
Life can really add up, often more than we realise. What you might not know is that many of us are underinsured, so if something unexpected happens, your family may not be financially covered. Although many superannuation funds include basic life insurance, on average the cover within superannuation is only 30% of what’s needed.1
It's important to take a bit of time and check to make sure you’re adequately covered. By regularly reviewing your cover, you’ll manage your risks so that if your earning power is affected, your loved ones won’t be financially vulnerable. Proper protection for your family could cost as little as 60c a day# with RAC Life Insurance
Check now to see if you have enough cover with our life insurance calculator.
Is it time to review your life insurance cover?
In the last year...
Has your income changed?
- Do you have new financial obligations, like a new business?
- Do you have a mortgage, car loan or other debts?
- Do you have or are you expecting children?
- Did you get married or divorced?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, do a quick check and update your cover.
Life adds up. The average Australian family needs to consider costs like:
- Monthly mortgage repayment: $1,9502
- Monthly credit card debt: $5,3003
- Household yearly holidays: $2,7044
- Weekly general household living expenses (WA): $1,2854
Check out our Underinsurance Fact Sheet for more details.
1. ‘Australia’s Underinsurance Gap Explained’ June 2015 article,
#Premiums vary. Example is based on a 34 year old female non-smoker with $210,000 Life cover and no health loadings. Total premium based on the example is $218.27 per annum.
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