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Insurance is a paid contract that guarantees a benefit if something bad happens (e.g. car accident, death, theft, etc).

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All Questions: Insurance
NewPosted April 27, 2016 · Chicago, IL
Guy Baker

Guy Baker

CFP®, AEP, ChFC, CLU

There is NOTHING wrong with the Indexed UL. I like the product, but it needs to be with a good company that has a track record of policy owner integri...

NewPosted April 27, 2016 · Dallas, TX

Whoever sign for them. Being yoru father's exemption is irrelevant.

NewPosted April 26, 2016

Hello there - thanks for your question.

A term life insurance policy pays on the death of the insured. It can be a natural death (i.e. sickness) or b...

NewPosted April 25, 2016

It is difficult-to-impossible to determine whether a procedure will be covered by an insurance plan when you are not already a subscriber to the plan....

NewPosted April 23, 2016 · Washington, DC
John C Brandy

John C Brandy

CFEd, AAMS

Any type of variable insurance should be acquired in the first place for the purpose of providing alternative retirement income or transitioning asset...

NewPosted April 22, 2016
J.K. Roberts

J.K. Roberts

CFP®, CRPC

Based on your question, I assume you're a strong enough saver to have an emergency fund set aside. If you're looking to save additional money in a ta...

NewPosted April 19, 2016

I would suggest a free consultation with an attorney to discuss your injuries and how the injuries occurred.

Best of luck!

NewPosted April 19, 2016

Thanks for your question.

I have never seen an accurate home quote that does not require the address of the property.

Given that the address of the ...

Posted April 17, 2016

It can be an arbitrary number you to agree to or some computation based on sales/profit/etc.

If you want to speak to someone at greater length you ar...

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