Americans seem to have plenty of disposable income for giant flat-screen TVs and the latest smart phones, but most of them lack one of lifes true necessities: protection for their ability to earn an income.
By Mike Keller|April 18, 2012 at 01:51 PM
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When was the last time you visited a home that didn’t have a television in nearly every room or met someone who didn’t have a cell phone? Americans seem to have plenty of disposable income for giant flat-screen TVs and the latest smart phones, but most of them lack one of life’s true necessities: protection for their ability to earn an income.
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