Does getting life insurance when you're young actually save you money? Or do you think that it doesn't really make all that much of a difference? The thing about life insurance is that the older you get, the more money they'll charge you to actually get and maintain coverage. But, there's the other consideration that at an older age, we're usually able to make more money than when we were younger, so perhaps we're not that "hard up" anyway at that age. So, my question to you is, does this mean that if we're older and making more money than when we were younger, are we more or less not likely to feel that harsh an impact on our pockets because of the nature of our financial situation? Or is it that when we're paying more, we can't be saving more? Let me know your thoughts on this concept, as I'd like to know when it's better to start "activating" a life insurance policy. Thanks much!