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"If you don't think life insurance is important, then consider this: 90,000 men aged 25 to 34, by the end of this year, 74 of them would be likely to die. If the crowd was aged 45 to 54, 322 would be likely to die."1
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*Based on a 30 year old male, non-smoker, £65,000 over 10 years on a decreasing policy. Offer available with Ageas. Figures correct as of October 2014.

1This Is Money, 2015. The best £7 a month you'll ever spend: If disaster strikes, life insurance can pay out when your family needs it most. [Online] Available at: [Accessed 18th March 2015].

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