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The amount of cash flow clients can commit to investment/insurance programs often depends on changes in their costs of living. For example, CPI inflation during 2011 was about 3.3 percent, but gasoline prices soared. According to the Associated Press, the average American household spent a record $4,155 for gasoline in 2011, 8.4 percent of median household income.

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