Planning to live to 100? Check your insurance policy
from Consumer Affairs
Living to be 100 used to be unusual. But it's now becoming much more common and is causing a number of unanticipated problems, over and above the strain on Social Security and other benefit programs. Take Gary Lebbin. He'll turn 100 in September, which he's happy about. But his $3.2 million life insurance policies will terminate on that date, which is making him unhappy. So unhappy that he is suing Transamerica Corp.
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