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When is term insurance no longer needed for your children’s protection in most cases
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The type of insurance that protects you if an illness or accident prevents you from earning a living is called
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Why would you rather put more money down to buy a home or car and have a lower monthly payment
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Would you rather put more money down to buy a home or car and have a lower monthly payment, or put less money down and increase your monthly payment? Why? User: Why would you rather put more money down to buy a home or car and have a lower monthly payment
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