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Here are some life insurance motivation quotes that makes you rethink your financial risk management plan; we compile some 20 quotes from famous people about life insurance or related to life insurance that will make you think and have a clearer financial planning goal. At Moneyline.SG, we think the term life insurance plan not only provides you the best bang for bucks but also give you the adequate risk management tool when you’re deciding if having life insurance is necessary for you or not. I hope these quotes will solidify the decision you make or will be making when getting life insurance plan. Do share it with your family, friends and loved ones to inspire them!

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“Buying insurance cannot change your life but it can prevent your lifestyle from being changed. ~ Jack Ma.

“There are many reasons to invest. But there is only one reason to buy insurance.” – Jack Ma

“If somehow you find your insurance too expensive, change your provider while you still can.” – Elon Musk

“If anyone is financially dependent on your income, you need a life insurance policy. Young children, a spouse, elderly parent.” – Suze Orman

“You likely only need life insurance for a certain number of years. For example, until the kids are grown. Or until you have accumulated other savings that can support your family.” – Suze Orman

“Let me explain insurance: Insurance is good, but you must buy the right insurance from the right company” – Lee Hsien Loong

“Fun is like life insurance, the older you get the higher it cost.” – Kin Hubbard

“The best time to buy life insurance is 10 years ago, if you have not, the second-best time is now.” – Modified Chinese proverb

“A life insurance policy is the cheapest and safest mode of making a certain provision for one family.” – Benjamin Franklin

“A man who dies without life insurance should come back and see the mess he created.” – Will Rogers

“The basic purpose of life insurance is to create cash for your family… Nothing more or nothing less… Everything else confuses and complicates.” – Ben Feldman

“Insurance is a form of backup, if your life is smooth sailing, you will need to prepare for the unexpected so you will have more options when your life is at a down fall.” – Jack Ma

“There were only two things certain in life: death and taxes.” – Benjamin Franklin

“You should only buy term life insurance, anything else is a rip off or a gimmick” – Dave Ramsey

“If you don’t make it home and someone relies on your income to live, you need life insurance,” – Mark Williams

“You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start now and change your ending” – CS Lewis

“Focus on 3 – 5 years down the line, most people don’t realise that the life they live now is solely due to the decisions they made 3 – 5 years ago” – Elon Musk

“The rule no.1 is to never lose money; the rule no.2 is to never forget rule no.1” – Warren Buffett

“By and large, life will give you what you deserve, and it doesn’t care what you like. So, it is up to you to take full responsibility to connect what you want with what you need to do to get it, and then to do those things.” – Ray Dalio

“If you are born poor, its not your mistake but if you die poor, it is definitely your mistake.” – Bill Gates

We hope you enjoy these quotes and somehow motivates you to act on your own best interest when it comes to getting adequate protection. We are also able to provide you quotes from more than 10 different life insurers if you are looking to protect yourself and your family, fill up the form below

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