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Wed Jan 8 5:34 am  #49


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Wed Jan 8 12:01 pm  #50


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Wed Jan 8 12:50 pm  #51


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Thu Jan 9 12:25 am  #52


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Thu Jan 9 5:34 am  #53


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Thu Jan 9 5:41 am  #54


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Thu Jan 9 8:52 am  #55


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Thu Jan 9 10:34 am  #56


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Thu Jan 9 12:33 pm  #58


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Thu Jan 9 1:20 pm  #59


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Thu Jan 9 2:34 pm  #60


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Regarding money back, do you get money back on your car insurance? htelah insurance? no.  So why should you get it back on life insurance? (the only policies that pay dividends are from mutual companies.  All a dividend is in insurance is return of OVER PAID premium).Regarding Whole Life vs. Term.  There is only term insurance.  Whole Life/cash value/cash SURRENDER value are contracts that purchase term insurance and invest a portion of the proceeds into funds.  The purpose of the extra money is to have the cash value equal the face amount at age 100 so the insurance company wont lose any money.If the policy is going to go up after 3 years, get one that is level for a longer period of time.  You can get new policies typically till age 70 and some will renew till age 95 or 100 and still remain more affordable than cash value (assuming you get the right term policy). Katie, you may want to double check.  Just because you stop paying, does not mean you have stopped paying.  You are paying for the insurance out of that cash value of yours.  That policy is also probably designed to lapse sometime between your 65th and 70th birthday.For the same premium you are paying now, you can probably get a term product with 3-5 times, or more, the coverage.  Closer to what you would need if you were to die instead of the $35k   $40k you have now.  Your funeral alone will run between $10k and $15k on average.  Not counting any final medical bills that may need to be paid.On top of all of that, that cash value of yours, gets surrendered back to the insurance company UNLESS you pay MORE for it.  Read your policy and you will see what I am talking about.A point of note, insurance regulation is very strict.  By advising your employees that depend on you for credible advise, that they take a product that may not be in their best interest, you, and your company, could be held liable for fairly large lawsuits.  The best advise you should be giving them is to talk with a financial adviser/analyst/coach instead of their existing agent.  They can give much better advice.

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