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Who doesn't need life insurance

If an individual has accumulated enough wealth to take care of their family upon their passing, then life insurance may not be necessary. Couples that have built a life together should have life insurance in case one of them passes away so that the other can maintain the same quality of life.

Who would be least likely to need life insurance?

If you're a single person with no dependents, you probably don't need life insurance — at least not yet. Financial experts recommend life insurance particularly for people who financially support either a spouse, children, or other relatives. That means people other than themselves rely on their income to live.

Why do people not take life insurance?

Life Insurance is Expensive\n\n Most people avoid life insurance as they believe it is too expensive. With the increasing cost of living, life insurance doesn't quite fit into their budget. However, the truth is that life insurance is not as expensive as you would imagine, especially when you are young.

Who is most likely to need life insurance?

Nearly one in five (17%) American adults surveyed have neither employer-based nor individual life insurance. The percentage of American adults without life insurance varies considerably by demographic. For example: 22% of American women surveyed lack life insurance, compared to only 11% of American men.