ClearView has been playing an important role in the lives of Australians since 1976 since starting out as NRMA Life – providing life cover to NRMA customers.
Today, they are a public company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) that provides a comprehensive range of investment, superannuation, retirement and life insurance solutions through financial planners, independent financial advisers and strategic partners.

Their passion is to help customers achieve financial security and prepare for the future. They do this with a level of personal service, care and concern not often found in business today.

LifeSolutions offers a complete array of protection options that allows customers to shape their protection plan to suit their individual situation. This modular system of integrated benefits means that people can secure a comprehensive cover solution.

Cover offered under LifeSolutions includes the following:

  • Life Insurance:

Provides a lump sum benefit to your beneficiaries if you die or are diagnosed with a terminal illness.

  • Trauma Insurance:

Provides a lump sum benefit if you suffer from a specified trauma.

  • Total and Permanent Disablement Insurance:

Helps to provide financial protection by paying a lump sum benefit if you become totally and permanently disabled due to a specified sickness or accident.

  • Income Protection:

Provides a monthly benefit to you if you cannot work due to specified sickness or accident.

  • Business Expenses Cover:

Helps to protect small businesses and the self employed by covering fixed business costs if you are unable to work due to a specified sickness or accident.

ClearView is a Supporting Partner of MoneySmart Week, an initiative to help build financial literacy within the community and they also support the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation which promotes financial literacy amongst regional communities.

ClearView Financial Advice Pty Limited ABN 89 133 593 012 AFS Licence No. 331367.

Source: Clearview Website, 7 March 2013

Published: March 14, 2013

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