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 Does it make sense to purchase disability insurance at age 72?

Answer Answer Here is advice: Not only does it not make sense, you can't! It may, however, make very good sense, depending on your own personal situation, to buy Long Term Care insurance. If it were ava... Read More »
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Can you purchase a second short term disability insurance if you already have short term disability insurance through your employer?

Yes you can get supplemental coverage. Most carriers will limit the total benefit amount to under 70% of your income. For example, if your current policy replaces 35% of your income, you can purch... 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 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 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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