Australian Super Life Insurance

Information verified correct on September 23rd, 2016

Compare life insurance policies on offer from Australian Super

When it comes to comparing Australian insurers you will often find that a company is the conglomeration of several smaller insurers or financial institutions, or the result of mergers and takeovers amongst key players in the market. While this ruthlessness for business may not be a quality you are looking for in a life insurance company, consider the breadth of experience the resulting company has when these numerous financial facets are combined.

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At AustralianSuper, there is a specialist staff employed in house to manage to products and services on offer, in addition to which external service providers from other leading insurers and financial institutions are used to offer and combine their expertise, including:

  • An accountant from Superpartners Pty Ltd.
  • NAB providing the banking services.
  • An external auditor from KPMG.
  • TAL limited as the group life insurer.
  • Legal advisers from Holding Redlich, IFS Legal Pty Ltd, Maurice Blackburn Commercial and Mercer Legal.

The unique and winning combination of these industry experts and the specialist board of directors at AustralianSuper, has been recognised with:

  • A Platinum Rating from SuperRatings.
  • Best Financial Services Site for 2012 Australia/New Zealand from Sitecore.
  • Employer Choice for Women citation from EOWA.
  • Money Magazine Best Value Insurance in Super 2011.
  • Smart Investor Blue Ribbon Award from The Financial Review, 2011.

Competitive Insurance Products from AustralianSuper

AustralianSuper has used its size and position in the market to secure bulk buying power on your behalf for great value life insurance products. With AustralianSuper, your life insurance management is easy too, with your premiums automatically deducted from your super account so you don't have to fit them into your budget, this means your insurance premiums are eligible for a 15% tax deduction, which is passed on to you.

You can apply for life insurance cover with AustralianSuper up to the value of $1.5 million, without the need for a medical test, and you can change your cover amount at any time. For example, you might want to consider the AustralianSuper Death and TPD insurance, which features:

  • Financial support for you and your family: If you die or you become totally and permanently disabled, you or your family will be able to receive the benefit amount paid to you as a lump sum.
  • Death coverage: With AustralianSuper you can be covered in case of death if you are 15 to 70 years old.
  • Total and permanent disability coverage: Your AustralianSuper policy will cover you for a TPD claim amount if you are 15 to 65 years old.
  • Your choice of cover and premium structure: To help your Death and TPD insurance fit in with your budget now, and your needs at the time of a claim, AustralianSuper bases your insurance on the type of work you do. This means you can choose a fixed benefit amount, where your premiums increase as you get older, or a fixed cost amount, where your premiums stay the same, but your benefit amount reduces as you get older.

Or you can opt for the AustralianSuper income protection insurance policy, which offers:

  • An ongoing income: Your AustralianSuper income protection insurance benefit can help you keep up with your household bills and daily living expenses, even if you are unable to work because of illness or injury.
  • Your choice of benefit amount: The AustralianSuper income protection insurance benefits are provided in units, where each unit can provide an income of up to $500 per month in the event that you are unable to work because of temporary disability.
  • Income protection benefit period: The monthly benefit amount from your AustralianSuper income protection policy will be paid for up to two years, while you recover enough to return to work.
  • Cover until you retire: You can be protected by your income protection policy until you are 65 years old.
  • Payment from your super: The premiums for your income protection insurance are deducted from your super account each month. This means you don't have to put your family at risk because you think you can't afford income protection.

There are many different ways you can structure and tailor your life insurance policies to suit your family's budget, and to protect the dreams and plans you have for the future. So find out more about just how the AustralianSuper life insurance products can help you protect your family, your way.

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