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A 2004 study showed that up to 75% of those that died between 35-years-old to 55-years-old left their significant other without life insurance coverage that was adequate. This statistic might be attributed to the fact that many don't like to think about an early death, much less the surviving family members being forced out of the home and liquidating all of the personal assets to afford the everyday cost of living.
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