Eight smart reasons to buy life insurance in your thirties

ANNA DAVIES | June 22, 2018

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Life insurance provides a financial safety net to your family if you were to pass away. While it’s essential if you have people who financially depend on you, like a spouse or child, it’s important to also consider how the people in your life would be affected if you were to die. Most of us would like to leave a legacy to those we love or to causes that we care about. And that answer holds true whether you are single, married or have kids. Life insurance can help you achieve that mission. Buying a policy now, while you’re young and healthy, can lock in rates and give you peace of mind for the future and tick one impactful to-do off your list. Here, why many people in their thirties purchase life insurance.

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