Find out how much life insurance you need if you don’t have a partner

Do I still need life insurance if I'm single?

While you may think that the answer is an abrupt no, it is not always the simple. While many young may not have any dependants to look after, there are other financial commitments and future obligations which can make life insurance worth considering.


Consider these financial commitments and future obligations

Here's why life insurance may be a reasonable consideration:

Compare Life insurance quotes from these direct brands

Rates last updated December 12th, 2017
Name Product Maximum cover Maximum Entry Age Minimum Sum Insured Guaranteed Future Insurability Expiry Age Short Description
$15,000,000
69
$0
Yes
99
Get a quote for up to $15 million in life insurance cover. Cover can be tailored to meet your personal needs.
$1,500,000
65
$3,000
No
80
Choice of cover options and flexible premiums to suit budget. No lock-in contracts and fast application.
$1,500,000
65
$100,000
Yes
99
Receive a discount of 10% on life insurance as a Woolworths Rewards Member. T's and C's apply.
$2,000,000
59
$50,000
Yes
99
Get flexible life insurance up to the sum of $2,000,000.
$1,000,000
64
$100,000
No
Get a refund of 10% of the premiums you've paid (in the first 12 months) with The Real Reward™ .
$1,500,000
69
$0
Yes
99
A simple life insurance product that can offer up to $1,500,000 in a lump sum payment on death or diagnosis of terminal illness.

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