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MRM Donating Member (219 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-29-07 05:37 AM
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44. I should hope so
Businesses aren't going to lose money and stay in business long. Insurance is one of the riskier businesses out there because there is no control over what your clients are going to do. The majority WILL pay more than they use. Of course, you probably paid premiums for life insurance last year too. You lost 100% of that since you didn't DIE. Car insurance doesn't work out as a good "investment" if you don't get into a wreck, either. Insurance isn't supposed to be an investment, it's supposed to be a safety net. "Just in case". There are lots of people who have claimed far more than they paid in, too.
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