Most people wouldn’t think of driving their car without insurance but a staggering 95%1 of all Australians fail to insure arguably their most important asset – their potential to earn a living.

Your super is just one step towards securing your financial future. Making sure you’ve got the right level of insurance is the other step to ensuring you and your family are properly protected in case the unexpected happens

Energy Super works with leading insurance providers to offer a range of competitively-priced insurance options and cover levels.

If you’d like some personalised expert advice about your insurance cover over the phone at no additional cost you can access our single issue advice service.

For more information on insurance, you can also visit our You Tube channel.

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1 2010 Lifewise/NATSEM Underinsurance Report

Insurance in Super Voluntary Code of Practice

Energy Super intends to adopt the Insurance in Superannuation Voluntary Code of Practice upon its commencement on 1 July 2018.

The Code provides a framework that is aimed at improving insurance in superannuation and the processes by which funds provide insurance benefits to you.

While the Code is prescriptive, it also allows funds to be flexible by continuing to provide features and benefits tailored to the needs of their unique membership.

The Code will start from 1 July 2018, and funds have until 30 June 2021 to fully implement it. We will publish our plans to transition to the Code in due course.

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