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Yes No Checkbox Lying on an insurance application could result in fraud charges, fines and even jail time. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Considering how often the truth is stretched these days in all sorts of situations, from politics to social media, it should come as no surprise that people lie on insurance applications, too—although the percentage of applicants stretching the truth depends on the type of insurance they’re applying for and even whether applicants are men or women.

Marlene Satter

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