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- John Hancock: Temporary Term Minimum Face Amount 01-20-2021
- AIG: New year, New Select-a-Term rates! 01-18-2021
- Principal: Product Discontinuation and Other Updates 01-11-2021
- Protective Classic Choice Term Reprice 01/11/2021 01-11-2021
- Nationwide: Chronic Illness Rider and Critical Illness Riders 01-08-2021
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Are Women Buying Enough Life Insurance?
If a woman makes $100,000 a year, she may think her life is worth that amount. But what if she makes a lot less? What about stay-at-home moms who don’t
have a traditional salary? How can a woman accurately determine what her economic worth truly is? For many women who historically have made less than men in the workplace, the question of their monetary worth is something they may not have considered. As a result, the percentage of women with life insurance policies is much lower than that of men with policies.1
In today's world, it's becoming more common for women to recognize that their value goes well beyond their salary. That said, it’s still common for women to be humble about their own worth, even though their friends and family are sure to disagree. The gender gap is wide when it comes to the difference between men and women with life insurance policies, but it's time for more women to take control of their legacies—and calculating their financial worth.