For decades, economists, financial advisors and insurance agents have studied, researched and offered a wide variety of ways to explain the differences between Term and Whole Life Insurance. Regardless of how you choose to review the key differences, client decisions almost always boil down to cash flow. Is it affordable and will it fit into their budget?
When you remove the real estate downturn and mortgage problems of recent years, owning a home has traditionally been a much better long-term decision versus renting. Simply put, there are very few individuals or families who would willingly choose to rent a home versus own a home — if — they could afford to own.
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