FIN 420 - Week 5 - DQ 1

FIN 420 - Week 5 - DQ 1 - Life insurance is a topic many...

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Life insurance is a topic many people do not like to discuss, but understanding your family’s needs and planning appropriately in the event of a premature death is also part of a comprehensive financial plan. Outlined in Ch. 10 are four methods for estimating life insurance needs. Which insurance options are most appropriate for your family situation? Based on what you have identified as most appropriate for you, do you currently have enough life insurance? If not, how can you close this gap? Life insurance is a topic many people do not like to discuss, but understanding your family’s needs and planning appropriately in the event of a premature death is also part of a comprehensive financial plan. Outlined in Ch. 10 are four methods for estimating life insurance needs. Which insurance options are most appropriate for your family situation? Based on what you have identified as most appropriate for you, do you currently have enough life insurance? If not, how can you close this gap? After reading the chapter I thought about the term life insurance options I am part of.
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course FIN 102 taught by Professor Franks during the Spring '12 term at University of Phoenix.

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