AMP Life Insurance
Although AMP originated in 1849 as a mutual company, they’re now a much larger wealth management firm with a network of over 2000 highly qualified financial advisers to help you make the right financial planning decisions when it comes to life insurance and other personal insurance. Their Financial Services division manages their insurance plans, offering a wide enough variety that they can protect you and your family both during your life and after your death.
Learn more about AMP personal insurance plans below, and then contact us for a quote from one of our financial advisers who will help you compare AMP and other life insurance options to find the best fit for you.
Types of Personal Insurance Cover Offered
- Income Protection
- Total and Permanent Disablement
- Trauma Cover
- Death Cover
- Business Overheads Insurance
What AMP’s Personal Insurance Cover can do for You
AMP wants you and your family to feel secure in your financial future, no matter what life throws your way. Whether you want life insurance that will pay death cover if you pass away so your family can continue to support themselves or you want to make sure your business can afford to keep operating while you’re seriously ill or injured, AMP has a personal insurance policy that will work for you — better yet, it will work with you!
Never again will you have to worry about who’s going to cover your future medical bills or take care of your family when you’re gone. AMP has you covered whether you find yourself disabled and out of work permanently or just in need of some good recovery time to get you back on your feet.
AMP goes beyond offering you personal insurance policies. They help you plan for your entire financial future with online advice on wealth building, protecting your family through insurance, and coping with your changing financial needs as you move from one stage of your life to the next. Once you’ve taken some time to explore their free financial planning advice on their website, you can contact a financial adviser to dig into the specifics of your own situation.