Millennials Aren’t Into Life Insurance, Despite Some Obvious Risks

February 16, 2017

Two new studies out show that younger Americans would much rather travel, engage in a fine dining experience or buy a cell phone, among other purchases, rather than buy life insurance.

The data come from Vertafore, an insurance technology provider based in Bothell, Wa., which surveyed 450 millennials aged 18 to 35. Vertafore discovered “that although Millennials understand the importance of being insured, often times they willingly forgo coverage to avoid parting with luxuries such as TV streaming services, cell phones, or going out.”

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