You want to protect your family against the unexpected
You’re involved in running your own business
You want to defend against disability and loss of income
Life Insurance – general life insurance provides a lump sum payout should you pass away.
Trauma Insurance – provides a lump sum to you upon the diagnosis of a defined critical illness regardless of your working status.
TPD cover – Total and Permanent Disability cover provides a lump sum should you become totally and permanently disabled. It can help pay for medical expenses, eliminate debt, pay for home modifications and ongoing care such as nursing.
Income Protection Insurance – can assist by paying a percentage of your income (usually up to 75% of your income) should you be unable to work due to illness or injury.
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Of all the goals we share, the pursuit of a family is surely the noblest. If you've considered starting a family, consider these steps to limit your financial stress.
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The retirement lifestyle of your dreams is within reach – all it takes is a little foresight and some great advice.
By answering a few simple questions, see how you're able to protect your financial future.
Keep close track of every dollar you earn, and manage your money smarter as you approach life after work.
Meet with a Financial Planner
Your first step is to book a complimentary, obligation free initial appointment with a Bridges Financial Planner. Get in touch with us via your method of choice so we can arrange an appointment at a time that suits you.
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