All of us wish to achieve financial freedom at some point in our life, and when it comes to doing that, we tend to believe that savings are enough to be financially stable. But, if you look at life from a practical perspective, you would understand that savings alone are not enough to achieve financial freedom; insuring your assets with general insurance policies is equally important.
5 reasons why insurance matters
Why is insurance important? Let’s look at five key reasons.
1. Protection for you and your family
Your family depends on your financial support to enjoy a decent standard of living, which is why insurance should be a certainty. It means the people who matter most in your life should be protected at all times.
2. Reduce stress during difficult times
None of us know what lies around the corner. Unforeseen tragedies such as illness, injury or permanent disability, even death – can leave you and your family facing tremendous emotional stress, and even grief. With insurance in place, you or your family’s financial stress will be reduced, and you can focus on recovery and rebuilding your lives.
3. To enjoy financial security
Insurance plans will help your family maintain their standard of living in case you are not around in the future. This will help them cover the costs of running the household through the insurance lump sum payout. The insurance money will give your family some much-needed breathing space along with coverage for all expenditure in case of death/accident/medical emergency of the policyholder.
4. Peace of mind
No amount of money can replace your health and wellbeing – or the role you play in your family. But you can at least have peace of mind knowing that if anything happened to you, your family’s financial security is assisted by insurance.
5. A legacy to leave behind
A lump sum death benefit can secure the financial future for your children and protect their standard of living.
Having insurance – life, health, and liability – is an essential part of financial planning. It can save you from financial hardship in case of any unforeseen circumstances. However, the decision to buy insurance should be determined by three factors – requirement, the benefits you get from the policy, and your ability to pay the premium.
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