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Thu., Sept. 5, 2013

Decisions and your life insurance policy

Have you ever not done something because you were not sure your life insurance policy would pay off in the unlikely event of your demise?

I cannot say that I have ever made a decision on that basis. But a few years ago, a guy I have known slightly for quite some time invited me to go flying with him in his little plane. He offered more than once.

I declined. It was a scheduling thing. He's a good guy and I am sure he is a fine pilot.

But I was afraid it would take an entire Saturday or Sunday. And I seldom book a whole weekend day away from family.

I have to admit, though, it did cross my mind that my modest life insurance policy has some small-print allusion to not covering accidents involving private airplanes.

I wouldn't want to judge before all the facts are in. But it would appear that I have, in fact, stopped rockin'.


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