Is insurance only for people with kids? Or for people who have medical expenses?
Absolutely not. Many different types of insurance exist, but there are a few kinds that everyone should have—and you may not have ever considered them before.
Take life insurance, for example. You might think you don't need it until you have tiny feet toddling around the house. But more and more people are waking up to the fact that it can be prudent for someone as young as 22.
Then there's disability insurance, which far too few people appreciate as the necessity that it is. One in five Americans is classified as disabled, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, yet only 44% of workers have long-term disability insurance, leading to high odds that the uninsured will find themselves in need of benefits that they don't have.
To drive home the point, we show you in the infographic below how insurance can help you throughout your life, from your 20s to your 60s and beyond. Roll over the dots to learn more.
Insurance Over the Decades
Roll over each dot for a tip on how life or disability insurance can help you.
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