Why You Should Spend Your Money on Life Insurance Rather Than a Lottery Ticket

from lotto.net

All across the country people from all walks of life ran out to purchase Mega Millions tickets. Of course, I was one of them. I stood in line behind a doctor and in front of gardener while giggling with my friend about all of the vacations we would take with our families. I wouldn't be surprised if this past week the lottery had a bigger turn out than the polls will next month, but I digress....

Please take a gander at the chart above, your chances of winning the billion dollar jackpot were 1 in 302,575,350. Surprise surprise, no one won. Now if you used your hard earned money to pay life insurance payments instead, the chances of your loved ones getting paid out are 100%. According to valuepenguin.com, the average 40 year old will pay $36.03 per month, I don't know about you but I just spent about that on lottery tickets yesterday (I joined a pool and got about ten for ourselves). Guess how much we won? About $10 in the pool divided between 75 people.

Since no one won the Mega Millions it is now currently at $1.6 billion and will keep climbing, I expect that most of our readers will be visiting their local 7-11 within the next few days. While you are picking out your numbers, imagine how good it will feel knowing that your families will be taken care of, that no matter what happens to you, your family will be clothed, fed, and sheltered. When you don't win, contact your local insurance broker and make that dream a reality with a life insurance policy. See you in line....

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