Americans are not buying life insurance because they overestimate its costs. That’s the main finding of this year’s Insurance Barometer Study, an annual survey by insurance advocacy groups LIMRA and LIFE Foundation.
The study found that consumers believe insurance costs to be nearly three times the actual price. Younger adults overestimate the cost almost sevenfold.
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