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Just there are a few articles stating it’s not worth the money once you hit 65. I have no understanding of this type of thing so was just wondering.
If there is a financial need for it then its "worth" it. If there is no financial need for it then it is not "worth" it
Those articles are either talking BS or you have misunderstood. A lot of people cease to have a financial need for life assurance when they retire. However, plenty of people do not. For example, unbalanced pension income can give a need for cover to provide for spouse/partner. Estate planning, Debt into retirement and so on. There is no general rule of thumb. Each case should be looked at on its own circumstances and not someone else.
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