If you unexpectedly become ill, have an accident, or pass on, having life insuarnce or trauma insurance can give those you care about the most, some financial breathing space to cope. 

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Tax-free lump sum if you pass on

Life insurance is a lump sum payout if you die. This payment goes to the policy owner you have nominated. Having the right amount of cover and not adjusting your cover as life changes, is where many people go wrong. We can help with that.  


What if I get really sick and need time off work?

Trauma insurance is designed to give you and your family a lump sum payout to help pay for bills, home loans, or whatever you need the money for while you recover. Get in touch if would like to find out more about trauma cover.


What happens if I don't have a Will?

Less than 50% of New Zealanders do not have a current or up-to-date Will. Most people don’t realise if you die without a Will, your loved ones could face a lengthy court process and your assets will be divided up according to the law.

Do you have a financial safety net in place?

Life is a journey but sometimes that journey ends way too soon. If you have people in your life who depend on you financially – you’ll most likely need some kind of insurance. Many people are not sure how much insurance they need, so because our advice is impartial, we only recommend what insurance you actually need. 

Let your loved ones know your wishes

Download our helpful document giving you the ability to write down specific details you would like to happen at your funeral.  Make sure you give a copy to your family.


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