Buy Term, Invest the rest is always what the investors would say. It's true that a Term plan is cheaper and can only cover you for a temporary period. However, are you able to invest and have a return of at least $300K spare cash to cover you for the period where you are covered by the Term plan?
I would suggest getting a basic life plan to cover you for life if you're young, it can generate more compound interests for you.
If you would like to discuss more on proper planning, do hit me up and we can discuss further!
Tan Siak Lim
05 Nov 2021
CFP. Director, Financial Advisory Group at Financial Alliance
Indeed, whole life is very attractive for young people, if I am 22 years old, I will likely buy a whole life and not term, especially when it is limited pay, cover for life. However, the main consideration is not premium cost, but rather whether you need a coverage for life, if you need, then whole life is the most effective solution.
I was like you, at a cross-road between whole and term until I read this extensive report published by MoneyOwl, I had a better understanding of what meets my need. Appending here "The Case of Term vs Whole Life Insurance". Hope it helps you in your decision making.
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Maybe life insurance isn't the best investment option but a financial institution trick.
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