An exciting stage of growth and change
Being single with no dependants is a great time in our lives - the aim is to provide for today and enjoy life while you can!
It is all too easy to forget the monetary value of your independence.
Your income enables you to pay for your rent or mortgage, your car, your social activities, as well as those future goals like travelling.
Why you need life insurance at this stage of your life
It’s worth taking a moment to appreciate this independence and remember that it is a luxury that you may not always be able to afford.
No one plans to get sick, injured or die unexpectedly. We often have a tendency to think that it won’t happen to us; while it might seem unlikely, the reality is accidents and illnesses can strike at any time, often with quite devastating consequences. You should take the time to consider what would happen if you lost your ability to earn an income as a result of permanent disablement – how would you provide for yourself?
The perfect time to put in place a life insurance plan
Having a personal insurance plan in place can provide financial security that will avoid you having to rely on your savings, family or any government benefits, which usually provide relatively small levels of income. Life insurance for young singles can help to provide for you should the worst happen.
It is also important to consider your life insurance needs while you are relatively young and healthy and there are still a range of options available to you.
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The insurance is issued by Allianz Australia Life Insurance Limited ABN 27 076 033 782, AFSL 296559. The information contained on this website is general information only. It does not take into account your individual objectives or financial situation. You should therefore consider the appropriateness of the insurance having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs. Prior to making any decision you should read the Allianz Life Plan Product Disclosure Statement and Policy Document (PDS)
. You should seek advice from your financial adviser before deciding on appropriate insurance cover.