The traditional life stages, such as owning a home and having a family, are now being reached much later than previous generations.
With property prices high, student loans and an uncertain job market, the younger generation often find themselves postponing big decisions, such as property purchase or starting a family, until they are well into their 30s.
Ultimately this means that less consideration is given to life insurance until later in life.
The reasons to be thinking about life insurance are numerous and compelling.
Signing up for life cover at a younger age could make a huge difference to the affordability of premiums, as the older you are at the start of your policy, the higher the premiums are likely to be.
As with all insurance policies, conditions and exclusions will apply
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