Men Pay 38% More For Life Insurance Than Women
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On average, smokers pay more than three times as much as non-smokers for the same policy (235%). Case in point: a non-smoking 45-year-old female pays
Age is another key factor: 35-year-olds pay 27% more than 25-year-olds for the same coverage. The gap grows over time: 45-year-olds pay more than twice as much as 35-year-olds (120% more). The increases get even steeper after that.
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