Why Funeral Insurance?
Making managing your premiums easier
- The choice of Stepped or Level Premiums
- Family and large sum insured discounts are available
- Pay no premiums after the policy anniversary when you’re 85
- The premiums you pay never exceed your payout at claim time
- Receive a 10% cash back amount every 3 years you continue to hold your policy
I'm really lucky to have a supportive family because they're always there for me. As a Suncorp Claims Manager, every time I take a call I think about my own family.
Not many people like to talk about funerals but I do it every single day at work. I know how overwhelming the first few days can be for the family so I do what I can to relieve some of that stress.
I can always hear the relief in the clients voice when I tell them they could expect the payment within two business days. They're so much happier. Like they just have to have that, you know, initial financial burden that they have to try and somehow come up with. But then knowing that it's on its way and they won't have to worry it about any more. They can then focus on their family time now.
I even give the family my direct number so that they can call on me for support during the whole process. It feels really good that they can rely on me personally. It's a lot easier than calling a call centre.
At Suncorp we try to do everything we can to help your family when they need it most.
Call Suncorp on 1800 045 502.
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Frequently asked questions
Funeral Insurance offers you the peace of mind that your loved ones won’t be left with a financial burden when you pass due to expenses from funeral costs.
We know it’s a difficult topic, but discussing your ideal funeral arrangements with your family, while keeping your budget in mind, will allow you to make an informed decision about funeral insurance.
Yes, you can get a policy on behalf of someone else as the person who pays the premiums does not need to be the same as the person who is insured.
Yes, you get to nominate who receives the lump sum paid out – otherwise known as the Funeral Benefit – in the event of your death. Whether yours is a single or joint policy, you can nominate one beneficiary.
Need to talk?
Our friendly team of insurance specialists at our Australian based call centre can answer all your questions. Alternatively, if you feel your financial requirements are more complex and you require financial advice, you can turn to a Suncorp Financial Planner for help in assessing your risk and working out the cover that could meet your needs.