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7 Reasons You Should Not Buy Life Insurance

Money Talks News Logo By Emmet Pierce of Money Talks News | Slide 1 of 8: Dropping life insurance coverage may seem risky, but there are times when it makes good financial sense. The main purpose of life insurance is to support dependents when you die. If others no longer rely on your income, the money you spend on premiums could be put to better use — perhaps spent on day-to-day living expenses or saved for retirement. If you keep a policy that you no longer need, you’re wasting money. Following are circumstances in which you might be better off without life insurance. It’s not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter. Sponsored: How to find cheaper car insurance in minutes Getting a better deal on car insurance doesn’t have to be hard. You can have The Zebra, an insurance comparison site, compare quotes in just a few minutes and find you the best rates. Consumers save up to $670 per year, according to the site, so if you’re ready to secure your new rate, get started now.

7 Reasons You Should Not Buy Life Insurance

Dropping life insurance coverage may seem risky, but there are times when it makes good financial sense.

The main purpose of life insurance is to support dependents when you die. If others no longer rely on your income, the money you spend on premiums could be put to better use — perhaps spent on day-to-day living expenses or saved for retirement.

If you keep a policy that you no longer need, you’re wasting money.

Following are circumstances in which you might be better off without life insurance.

It’s not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter.

Sponsored: How to find cheaper car insurance in minutes

Getting a better deal on car insurance doesn’t have to be hard. You can have The Zebra, an insurance comparison site, compare quotes in just a few minutes and find you the best rates. Consumers save up to $670 per year, according to the site, so if you’re ready to secure your new rate, get started now.

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