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Post Re: VkxRJMvGqDkNdvXrp
on: August 10, 2015, 15:32

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on: September 3, 2015, 06:14

Insurance companies reuiqre what is called an insurable interest. As long as you have a logical reason for insuring you mother then typically the carrier will let you. However, depending on the amount of coverage she already has most companies limit the amount of total insurance a person can own based on financial need. If you only talking about insuring her for a small amount, under $25,000, typically their is no issue of needing financial information to justify the coverage. If you are applying for coverage above $100,000 the insurance company may reuiqre that you show proof of financial need. You will need to have her permission and she will need to complete and sign the application and submit to any of the underwriting reuiqrements of the carrier. You can be the owner, payer and beneficiary of the policy but only with her consent.Insurance companies limit the aggregate (total) amount of insurance on a insured to prevent a beneficiary from profiting from a persons death. For example, if a person has a net worth of $100,000 the insurance company may allow the person to have.

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on: September 3, 2015, 06:16

Insurance companies reuiqre what is called an insurable interest. As long as you have a logical reason for insuring you mother then typically the carrier will let you. However, depending on the amount of coverage she already has most companies limit the amount of total insurance a person can own based on financial need. If you only talking about insuring her for a small amount, under $25,000, typically their is no issue of needing financial information to justify the coverage. If you are applying for coverage above $100,000 the insurance company may reuiqre that you show proof of financial need. You will need to have her permission and she will need to complete and sign the application and submit to any of the underwriting reuiqrements of the carrier. You can be the owner, payer and beneficiary of the policy but only with her consent.Insurance companies limit the aggregate (total) amount of insurance on a insured to prevent a beneficiary from profiting from a persons death. For example, if a person has a net worth of $100,000 the insurance company may allow the person to have.

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Post Re: VkxRJMvGqDkNdvXrp
on: September 3, 2015, 06:17

Insurance companies reuiqre what is called an insurable interest. As long as you have a logical reason for insuring you mother then typically the carrier will let you. However, depending on the amount of coverage she already has most companies limit the amount of total insurance a person can own based on financial need. If you only talking about insuring her for a small amount, under $25,000, typically their is no issue of needing financial information to justify the coverage. If you are applying for coverage above $100,000 the insurance company may reuiqre that you show proof of financial need. You will need to have her permission and she will need to complete and sign the application and submit to any of the underwriting reuiqrements of the carrier. You can be the owner, payer and beneficiary of the policy but only with her consent.Insurance companies limit the aggregate (total) amount of insurance on a insured to prevent a beneficiary from profiting from a persons death. For example, if a person has a net worth of $100,000 the insurance company may allow the person to have.

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on: September 3, 2015, 14:31

SAB, your comments rnmeedid me of the time (eons ago) when I was moving from being a just-completed PhD student into my first full-time job. Had applied for research scientist jobs with various government departments & got nowhere (very few interviews, even) so tried for & was offered a teaching position at the local high school. (Bit of a punt for the principal as I had no formal teacher training at that pont.) When I told my senior colleagues at uni the response was pretty unanimous: Oh dear, what a waste why don’t you wait until something better comes along? !!!! (It was in fact an excellent move from my point of view & my uni students are still reaping the benefits.)

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on: September 3, 2015, 17:56

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