If a client needs major medical coverage but cannot afford an individual policy, what would you recommend?

Jones, Chuck
July 2002
Advisor Today;Jul2002, Vol. 97 Issue 7, p76
Trade Publication
Interviews readers of 'Advisor Today' magazine on their recommendation for a client who needs major medical coverage but cannot afford an individual policy. Need to look at the person's income or retirement plan; Monthly premiums on an individual major medical policy; Purpose of the New Jersey Care state medical program in New Jersey.


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