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 Does it make sense to buy life insurance if you have no dependents?

Answer Generally, no. By dependents I assume you mean family. Life insurance is meant to help people who are dependent upon you for their support. However, if you have a partner in a business the partner ... Read More »
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Does It Make Sense to Drop Life Insurance?

Life insurance is a contract between you and a life insurance company that pays a death benefit to a third party, called a beneficiary. The beneficiary receives this money when you die. Whether you... Read More »
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Does travel insurance make sense?

It make sense because it will give you a peace of mind when you go travelling. It just cost a fraction compare when something happens durring your holiday. Everybody pay insurance for his car and ... Read More »
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Does it make sense to pay auto insurance in installments?

Depending on your financial situation, it may make more sense to pay auto insurance premiums in full rather than in monthly installments. But, if you have multiple vehicles on the same policy or yo... Read More »
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Can someone please make health insurance that makes sense?

i agree! insurance by itself of ALL kinds, is another form of "forced taxation. either insurance Pays for "everything" or we do not make ANY of it mandatory. so many times ive seen people get rejec... Read More »
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