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What is life insurance?

A life insurance policy generally pays a lump sum amount of money when you pass away. The money is given to the people nominated as beneficiaries on your policy. Your beneficiaries can choose to use the money to cover mortgage and credit card payments, child care, school fees, and other living expenses.

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Other types of life insurance

Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) insurance

Sustaining a permanent illness or injury can be devastating to your employment, as well as your sense of financial security. TPD insurance could provide financial support to you and your family, helping to assist with some medical and rehabilitation expenses. With TPD insurance, you’ll receive a lump sum if you’re totally and permanently disabled because of an illness or injury, and are unable to work^.

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Income Protection Insurance

An income protection policy can pay up to 70% of your pre-tax income for a set time period if you’re unable to work due to a partial or total disability (depending on your policy). This could allow you to stay on top of your bills and expenses as you recover^.

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Trauma Insurance

Trauma insurance, also called ‘critical illness’ or ‘recovery insurance’ provides coverage if you become critically ill or seriously injured and are unable to work. With a trauma insurance policy, you would receive a lump sum amount in the event that you become critically ill, or seriously injured. This could include a cancer diagnosis, heart attack, major injury, or stroke*.

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iSelect Life Pty Ltd – ABN 89 124 304 347, AFS Licence Number 331128. Any advice provided by iSelect is of a general nature and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You need to consider the appropriateness of any information or general advice iSelect gives you, having regard to your personal situation, before acting on iSelect’s advice or purchasing any policies. You should consider iSelect’s Financial Services Guide which provides information about iSelect services and your rights as a client of iSelect.’

^To understand what’s covered by a Life Insurance policy, please read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (PDS).