Buying a Critical Illness Policy is always a "Chicken-and-Egg" Thing

Buying a Critical Illness Policy is always a "Chicken-and-Egg" Thing

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What do i mean by a "Chicken-and-Egg" thing?
Here's 3 ways:


Chicken #1: I'm young and i feel invincible. I don't need coverage, yet.
Egg #1: Age is catching up. I want coverage, but i cannot buy in anymore.


Chicken #2: I know it is cheaper to buy young, but it is not my priority now.
Egg #2: I see the importance of coverage now, but premiums are too expensive for my age.


Chicken #3: I just started working, i'm too broke to buy a plan.
Egg #3: I'm raising a family, i'm too broke to buy a plan.


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Don't be like Titanic.

When life happens, life happens.

Don't wait for a hole in the ship to realise there is not enough lifeboats for all.

Remember, you are the captain, and your family members are the passengers. You wouldn't want to put your loved ones in unnecessary dangers.

So, break the chicken-and-egg cycle today.
Talk to your Financial Adviser to find out how we can close the coverage gap, together.

 

Cheers! Jiale.
 

This may be what's left of our Shield riders.

This may be what's left of our Shield riders.