Prince, C. J.
January 2006
NAFE Magazine;Winter2006, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p6
This article offers steps to help female employees get the life insurance coverage they need. The employee should make a list of all contributions made to the household and assign a value to each. She must also consider all other retirement and savings accounts since life insurance is meant to supplement other sources of funds at the time of death. In addition, the article discusses two categories of insurance: term and permanent.


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