The kids have grown up, moved out and are leading their own life – and it’s time for you and your partner to reclaim your own. You’re both the focus again and now have the time (and space!) to sit back and enjoy the lifestyle you’ve worked so hard to create.
Whether you’re 21 or 53, your age doesn’t matter when it comes to deciding on life insurance. It’s got more to do with the stage in life you have reached and taking steps to protect everything you treasure from life’s unexpected knocks.
All of those assets you’ve been building are still under your wing. and you’ve still got your own day-to-day household expenses to stay on top of, too. Plus, it’s nice to lend a few bucks to the kids every now and then or spoil the grandkids. You may even be helping out financially to care for your own aging parents. These things all add up.
If something were to happen to you, do you ever wonder how it would impact your nest egg and the future? Let alone your partner and plans to ease into retirement. Life insurance can help provide the financial support your spouse needs to still live and grow old comfortably, with or without you if you didn’t make it. It also means you’re helping to preserve the financial future of your children and grandchildren.
Help protect your soulmate and what you’ve built:
- Nest egg
What cover could be right for you?
Having life insurance in place at an older age is especially important to think about; not only for yourself, but for your family you will one day leave behind.
If you’re still working, it’s probably because you really love your job – or you still need that pay cheque. Either way, it’s wise to take steps to protect your livelihood from the unexpected.
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Receive a monthly benefit to help take the financial pressure off you and your spouse. It can help you meet your ongoing expenses, plus medical bills – which may run into the thousands. That way, you can concentrate on your road to recovery.
Nobody plans to get hurt, but accidents happen all the time – whether it’s at work, on the road or while you’re out and about. The possibility of an injury happening to you is very real. If it did, how would you sustain your current lifestyle if you were out of action with no income stream? Let alone, the medical bills.
Reap the rewards of being prepared