Surprise! Life Insurance Is Doable
Want to know the biggest reason people don’t have life insurance? They don’t believe they can afford it.1 (Fun fact: Most Americans overestimate the cost of of life insurance by 300%!).2 But here’s the truth: Life insurance can cost less than a first date. And affording it will probably make you sweat less.
Here’s a breakdown of how much some of the most common policies cost—versus some common things you’re probably already spending on. File under: Things that make you go, hmmmm.
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 Fox Business. “Nearly a quarter of Americans don’t have life insurance, survey claims.” Published 2.9.2022. Accessed 8.16.2022.
 Bankrate. “Life insurance facts and statistics 2022.” Published 12.30.2021. Accessed 8.16.2022.
 ValuePenguin. “Average Cost of Life Insurance 2022 by Age, Term and Coverage.” Updated 9.2.2022. Accessed 9.6.2022.
 Strong Home Gym. “Average Gym Membership Costs $50.03 per Month [2021 Gym Price Research].” Published 8.19.2022. Accessed 9.6.2022.
 CableTV.com. “How Much Should I Be Paying For Cable TV?” Published 3.11.2022. Accessed 8.16.2022.
 Thrillist. “Here’s How Much It Actually Costs to Have a Dog.” Published 8.28.2018. Accessed 9.8.2022.
 Financial Best Life. “How Much Should I Spend on Clothes? (+9 Tips to Stay on Budget). Published 4.20.2022. Accessed 9.8.2022.
 The Ascent. “American Households’ Average Monthly Expenses: $5,111.” Published 2.22.2022. Accessed 9.6.2022.