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Monday, December 12, 2011

Do You Have Life Insurance?

In my workplace last year, one of my co-workers put the name of her cat as the sole beneficiary of her Life Insurance. It is a mind bugling for me but, she told me that she had no family left but the cat and I was blown away with the fact. Her story baffled me at first but, later on I realized that her story is not new in the Insurance Company. In fact, just few days ago I read from the newspaper about a cat that became a millionaire. Their owners wanted to give them a good life when they are gone. These animals gave them inspiration and companionship so; it is but right to provide them security.

What about you? Are you the bread-winner of your family? Are you paying life insurance premiums? If you have a life insurance then, you are a good provider of your family. It is always good to know that your family is taken care of when you are gone. At least, their misery will not be too much when financial burden will be taken care off. It will be hard to leave them with nothing plus the funeral burden to attend to. If you do not have insurance but decided to get one, it is not too late to get the insurance quote today. Click the links now.

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