For anyone who has purchased life insurance, most would agree that it is one of the most critical financial moves they could make. Yet, many people fail to give their life insurance purchase the meaningful consideration it requires. A life insurance purchase is for life, which means there are no “small” mistakes when purchasing it, only big, costly ones.
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Critics of whole life insurance point to the higher premiums these plans require and the inflexibility of the payment schedule.
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For most people the difficult decision is not “if” they need life insurance, but “how much” life coverage they need.
When you buy a life insurance policy, you are essentially transferring your financial risk to a life insurer which then becomes obligated to pay your beneficiaries based on the contracted amount of death benefit purchased. The life insurer is able to assume the risk because, based on its data, it knows when you are expected to die.