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Old 05-10-2016, 11:40 AM
 
Location: Sonoran Desert, AZ
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That is an online survey. That 47% is skewed by the average age of people that do online surveys. I really don't know anyone of means that would do them so that would leave mostly lower income people in the group.

I am sure that over 47% of the people in America have a credit card and are more than $400 under their limit.

Sorry. I won't confuse you with facts again. My bad.
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Old 05-10-2016, 09:53 PM
 
Location: Germantown, TN
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I stated in the original post the three insurances that are enforced by law in the US. If you're unaware of this information please do some research.

Life insurance was never taught to me by a teacher/professor. I experienced losses throughout my life that made me have to learn and understand how important and undervalued life insurance is today. I've planned a funeral, made programs for funeral services because it had to be done; all before the age of 30yrs old.

Sometimes unexpectedly death occurs. Tragedies even! Its just reality. That alone is a lot for a family to undergo. I've been there several times and its difficult for some families to come together while mourning.

I'm passionate and value my life because of things I've been through personally. The majority of family members I spoke to expected someone else to handle burial plots, funeral expenses, unsettled debts, etc.

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What are the three insurance that you consider to be enforced by law?

And what connection does insurance have with being passionate?
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Old 05-11-2016, 01:55 AM
 
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I stated in the original post the three insurances that are enforced by law in the US. If you're unaware of this information please do some research.
What do you mean by "enforced by law"? Do you mean that they are mandatory or do you mean that they are regulated by the government? Rather than telling people to look it up, why don't you just state what three these are?
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