Two Incomes, One Life Insurance PolicyDon Dunn
Before the surge of two-income families, the insurance industry targeted husbands. Their widows, went the pitch, would need funds for the mortgage and children's education. "But now that both partners are wage-earners, it's important to guard against the loss of either income," says Ted Lietz, at Jackson National Life in Lansing, Mich.
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