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Plan, build and protect your tomorrow

What we offer

Wealth creation and wealth protection for every stage of your life

Protect what matters

We only insure people. Not cars or boats or houses. That means our policies are built around human experience. We’re good at working with you through your illness, or with your family as they deal with their grief. Buy direct from us or talk to one of our advisers who will step you through your options.

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Build your wealth

Growing your wealth takes time and effort, and we all have to start somewhere. Whether you’re just starting out, or already an experienced investor, we have super and investment choices for all stages of life. Manage your own portfolio or let us look after your investment for you.

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Good financial advice is about crafting a strategy to help achieve your financial goals. Our advisers can help you navigate through the complexity of building and protecting your wealth. They’ll cut through the noise by looking through a broad range of investment and protection options and recommend what they think will best help you get where you want to go.

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Clear Insights

Adding value at claim time

Adding value at claim time

An unplanned and complicated pregnancy forced egg grader Zaneta to stop work early and go on claim with the full support of her financial adviser . Gold Coast-based adviser Jodie Douglas, principal of Mad about Life, explains.

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Independent's Day

Independent’s Day

Professional advice is the key to the life insurance industry’s return to double digit growth and satisfactory profits, according to ClearView chairman Bruce Edwards.

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The rules on UK pension transfers

The rules on UK pension transfers

The rules around transferring a lump sum from a UK pension scheme are now tougher under recent changes to the UK pension transfer legislation. Failure to comply could result in unauthorised payment tax of up to 55 per cent, Jeffrey Scott writes.

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