Life Insurance Lists Most Bizarre Ways to Die

Life Insurance Lists Most Bizarre Ways to Die

Death is an inevitable outcome for all of us. But sometimes it can be so bizarre and such an ironic twist of events that it makes us shiver with the thought of it. Crash Course: In an attempt to prove to his partners at his Toronto law firm that the glass in the Toronto-Dominion Center was unbreakable, lawyer Garry Hoy threw himself through a glass wall on the 24th story floor in 1993. He was…

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What are the Differences Between Short and Long Term Disability Insurance

What are the Differences Between Short and Long Term Disability Insurance

Consumer Insurance Guide – Consumer Insurance Guide What are the Differences Between Short and Long Term Disability Insurance? If you’re looking for insurance to protect your income, the first decision you have to make is what type of insurance you need Disability insurance is a type of policy that provides an income in the event you become sick or injured and cannot work. The decision on whether you buy short-term disability insurance or long-term disability…

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FraudSource: A Portal for Protection

FraudSource: A Portal for Protection

Consumer fraud has become the Federal Trade Commission’s number one reported complaint for 2018, according to the agency’s Commission’s Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book released to the public in February 2019. The ‘sentinel,’ as the data book has been coined, houses every reported complaint to the FTC each calendar year and is readily accessed by law enforcement but only available to the public in the next calendar year.

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Is Life Insurance Worth It?

Is Life Insurance Worth It?

Protecting what matters most was the focus of a recent survey done by financial services firm Edward Jones and nonprofit consumer-education organization Life Happens in December 2018. Not surprisingly, the survey found that 81 percent of Americans believe their family is their most valuable asset, but less than half (41 percent) are protecting their family with an individual life insurance policy. One third of the over 2,000 Americans surveyed (32 percent) indicated that life insurance is either a low priority or no priority item when starting a family

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