What do you want to protect?

Your cashflow? Your family? You?

It makes no sense to build wealth and not protect it – particularly when others may depend on you.

If you're not adequately protected then a significant event such as ill-health, injury or death can mean that emotionally traumatic times for you and your family are compounded by financial strain.

If you were unable to work who would:

  • pay the mortgage or rent for your family?
  • support your family, including your children's education?
  • support you?

Don't be the person who thinks it will never happen to them. Have a contingency plan in place.

Our Life Risk Specialist Advisers are experts at using financial strategies to:

  • protect you
  • protect your family
  • protect your business and its succession plan
  • 'transfer the risk' of the likely events we all face in life 
  • secure the most appropriate insurance contract tailored for you
  • protection strategies to minimise tax
  • make your cover more affordable
  • most importantly, help you lodge and manage your future claim.

Contact us now to start a conversation with an IMFG Life Risk Specialist Adviser. Ask them about our Claims Management Process and the Top 3 things you can do at time of applying for insurance to improve your experience at claim time.

Identity McIntyre Pty Ltd and its specialist financial advisers Angus Dockrill, Scott Douglas, Dan Blatch, Lisette Walsh, Vince Dore, Sangram Rana, John Foley and Matthew Bull are authorised representatives of IMFG Pty Limited, Australian Financial Services Licensee number 527657 Registered Office at: Level 8, 171 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW 2000. These representatives are trading as IMFG.

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