There are many ways your life might be turned upside down, and not all of them may be bad! But that doesn’t mean you can’t still feel vulnerable and need extra support.


Perhaps you’re unexpectedly out of work, you’ve received a large sum of money as a result of a life insurance payment, you’ve become a carer for a family member, or your family income has reduced because of parental leave. These are just some of the ways your life may change, and there may be many more.

Here is some information that may help
 

Early access to super While you generally can’t access your super until retirement, there are some specific circumstances where the law allows you to draw on your super early. 
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Insurance inside super Have insurance inside your AMP super account? Here are some tips to help you manage it.
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Changing your details You can update your contact details online through My AMP or via our form.
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Hardship If you're an AMP Bank customer going through a difficult time and experiencing hardship, find out what support AMP Bank offers.

If you have a practice finance loan and are doing it tough, find out how AMP Bank can support you.
Financial hardship support through Good Shepherd AMP is proudly partnering with Good Shepherd to bring additional help to those who need it most.
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Parental leave If a reduction in income is on the cards and you’re starting to worry about your cash situation, here are some pointers to help you prepare.
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Managing finances in relationships Couples might be open to sharing all sorts of things, but with finances there’s a little more to think about. There are benefits and risks to merging finances.
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Losing a loved one Find out some of the money matters you should know, and how we can help you.
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Planning your estate  Understand how to protect yourself if something happens and you can’t make your own decisions, or distribute your assets if you pass away.
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Unexpected healthcare costs There are a lot of expenses in retirement you can plan for ahead of time, but healthcare expenses are difficult because you just don’t know what ailments could come your way.
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Avoid family disputes over your will If you haven’t made your wishes known or formally documented what these are, it’s possible a dispute could arise after you pass away.
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Returing to work after a baby Combining work and family responsibilities can be a balancing act so here are some of the expenses you might face as well as potential benefits.
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Support outside AMP

Department of Social Services

Support for communities through a number of programs and services.
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National mental health support networks

 Name Website  Phone
Beyond Blue www.beyondblue.org.au
1300 22 4636
Lifeline Australia www.lifeline.org.au 13 11 14
Suicide Call Back Service  www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au
1300 659 467
Mental Health Line (NSW)
www.health.nsw.gov.au/mentalhealth/Pages/mental-health-line.aspx
1800 011 511
Kids Help Line www.kidshelpline.com.au
1800 551 800
Mensline Australia
www.mensline.org.au
1300 78 99 78
GriefLine
www.griefline.org.au
1300 845 745


Insurance relief

If you're an AMP Life insurance customer experiencing financial difficulty and having trouble meeting your insurance premiums, find out how they may be able to help you 

Or, learn more about managing your insurance 

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