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Term Life Insurance Information Sources by Donny Lowy
... Term Life Insurance Source #3 Lifeinsure.com offers live links to help visitors work through the insurance process. A user can read articles on insurance and click on key words to read more on a subject. For example an article on term life insurance might have the word premium highlighted as a live link. A user can click on the word and be taken to a page providing a detailed explanation on what a premium is. Term Life Insurance Source #4 Your local library.

Life Insurance Premiums Put the Squeeze on Fat People by Michael Challiner
... Life insurance companies are raising premiums up to 400% for fat people. They've always charged more for those who clearly over-eat, but during the last year or so the penalties have got worse and more people are being affected. In moves to tighten the belts, the life companies have lowered the limits they use to categorise peoples weight. This means that those who are merely overweight and would have previously qualified for a standard premium, now are punished with higher premiums – and ...

Insurance - Don't Let Health Care Hijack Your Retirement by Jeffery Voudrie
... For example, one of my clients retired from a large company and due to its financial troubles and rising health care costs, his monthly premiums have increased from $40 a month to $220 in just 4 years. So what’s a person to do? You can’t escape the rising cost of health care, but you can certainly plan for it. Pre-retirees need to take a hard look at their savings plan to make sure they’re saving enough to cover these costs. Find a financial calculator on the internet to determine how much ...

How To Get The Best Term Life Insurance Quote by E. Cory
... The most common type of term life insurance is Level Term Life Insurance. An example would be a $100,000 policy for 20 Year Level Term Life Insurance. This means you pay the same premium each year for 20 years. If you die before the term ends, your beneficiary receives the death benefit of $100,000. If you outlive the term, your policy expires. If you need coverage at that time, you will need to purchase another policy – usually at higher rates based on your age at that time.

How Do I Know If I've Been Bugged? by Monty Henry
... * Spouses bug each other on a regular basis * Parents bug children * Businessmen bug other businessmen * Scientists bug other scientists * Students bug professors * Attorneys bug other attorneys (and their clients) * Insurance companies bug accident victims, and other claimants * Construction companies bug other construction companies * Salesmen bug clients * Collection agencies bug debtors * Police officers bug suspects * Executive recruiters bug personnel directors * Rock fans ...

Log On For Health - Creating an Online Health Resource by Madison Lockwood
... In other words, striving to live well is a way of life. These days, new medicines and break-through treatments are on the news all the time, and popular diets and exercise fads come and go faster than you can say "Weight Watchers." Let's face it. Despite our desire to stay healthy and in shape, it is getting harder to keep all the information straight and to make smart decisions. Therefore, more and more people are turning to health related websites.

What's your Body Mass Index? by Adam Waxler
... Long gone are the years when they relied on an insurance company chart of 'ideal weights'. The most commonly used measure is the Body Mass Index or BMI. The BMI measures your weight relative to your height. Body mass index is generally an accurate representation of muscle-to-fat ratio, though there are some limitations. First of all, body mass index calculation may overestimate the BMI of an athletic person, because muscle is denser and weighs more than fat.

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