Which insurance is right for you?
Why is life insurance important?
Protecting your loved ones financially can be more than just home loan repayments, and could need a longer-term solution.
Life insurance can provide a once-off benefit of up to $1,000,000 at a time when your loved ones need it most. This payment can help cover any expenses, such as your home loan, debts, children's education, utility costs and everyday bills.
Why is income protection important?
Have you ever considered how you'd get by without your income?
If something happens to you then you’ll receive a monthly benefit to help maintain your lifestyle and cover any expenses.
Choosing the right cover for you and your family
Included with eligible Owner Occupied Home Loans
TPD and Trauma expires at 65
* whilst on claim
Help putting the right insurance cover in place
Understanding the details of personal insurance cover can often be complex. A financial planner can explain your options in plain, simple language and make sure you have the right insurance cover to suit your changing needs and budget.
They start by completing a comprehensive review of your financial situation and lifestyle goals, then work with you to put a tailored financial plan in place – including protection for your family, your lifestyle, your income or even your own business. This can include advice on a wide range of product solutions from both inside and outside of the Commonwealth Bank group.
Things you should know
1Accident and Sickness both have specific meanings set out in the PDS.
2Access is subject to a minimum annual premium on your Life Insurance and Income Protection policies, for more information visit commbank.com.au/vitality
Life Insurance provided by AIA Australia (Life Insurance) and Income Protection provided by AIA Australia (Income Protection) are provided and issued by AIA Australia Limited ABN 79 004 837 861, AFSL 230043 (AIA Australia) and distributed by the Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124, AFSL 234945 (CBA). AIA Australia is not part of the CBA Group. CBA and its related entities do not sell, issue or guarantee the obligations or performance of AIA Australia or the products it offers and these insurance products do not represent a deposit with or liability of either CBA or any of its related bodies corporate.
AIA Australia has adopted the Financial Services Council Life Insurance Code of Practice, which contains minimum standards of service that customers can expect from insurers. The code can be found at fsc.org.au.
AIA Vitality is provided by AIA Australia and the information on this page is provided by AIA Australia. Eligibility for membership to the AIA Vitality program arises under, and is subject to, the AIA Vitality Terms and Conditions. Access to the AIA Vitality program as a result of holding Life Insurance or Income Protection requires your annual premium on your Policy or combined annual premium on all Life Insurance and Income Protection policies to be equal to or greater than $750 per person and does not require eligible individuals to pay any additional costs, as the cost of the program has been factored into your premium, if applicable. AIA Vitality partners, benefits and rewards are subject to change at any time. For the most up-to-date information and to view the AIA Vitality Terms and Conditions see aiavitality.com.au.
Financial Planners are representatives of Commonwealth Financial Planning Limited (Commonwealth Financial Planning) ABN 65 003 900 169, AFSL 231139, a wholly-owned, non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124.