Many Australians start reassessing their finances when they hit their forties and above.

Despite most of us holding some form of life cover in our super, mortgages, family expenses and changing health needs mean people start considering life insurance.

The good news is that life cover can be affordable.

Compare Club’s panel of insurers has policies that offer $500,000 worth of cover from just $6.08 a week* for a healthy, non-smoker in their mid-40s.

It’s simple to see how much cover will cost you.

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Coverage starts from $6.08 a week for a 45-year-old male office worker in NSW who doesn’t smoke and has no pre-existing health conditions.

Everyone is different, and your quote may be different too.

That’s where Compare Club can help.

Our specialists factor in your age, gender, BMI, whether you smoke and your overall health, along with your occupation.

They’ll then search our panel of 10 of Australia’s leading insurers to find a premium that’s affordable and gives you and your family peace of mind.

Nobody can predict the future but it’s worth asking what would happen if your income or your partner’s income disappeared due to illness, injury or worse.

It’s why finding the right life insurance is often an essential part of planning your financial future.

It’s free to get a quote.

So let our specialists see if we can protect your finances without breaking the bank.

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*The figure in this article is based on life insurance coverage of $500,000 for a non-smoking 45 year old man in NSW with no pre-existing conditions. Any amounts referenced in this article are only indicative in nature and serve as a guide. There is no guarantee that you will be eligible for the amount referenced in this article. Life insurance premiums will vary based on your individual circumstances and the benefits you seek.

The information contained on this web page is of general nature only and has been prepared without taking into consideration your objectives, needs and financial situation. As such, it is important that you consider the appropriateness of the advice and the relevant product disclosure statement (PDS) before proceeding. Any opinions expressed within an article are those of the author and do not specifically reflect the views of Compare Club Australia Pty Ltd.