Holy Insurance Flintstone!…

December 2005
Journal of Financial Planning;Dec2005, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p19
Academic Journal
The article reveals a survey by the Life and Health Insurance Foundation for Education to find out which among the popular fictional characters was most in need of life insurance. Twenty-eight percent of the respondents surveyed picked unmarried Spider-Man. While 18 percent chose Batman, a ridiculously wealthy bachelor. And 15 percent chose Harry Potter, the teenage student of magic. Another 11 percent picked stay-at-home cartoon mother Marge Simpson.


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