What are you thoughts on this? They also dictate "inflation".
Taken from AIG website:
How Much Life Insurance
..."Some experts recommend buying term life insurance or whole life insurance equal to 20 times your salary before taxes. If the benefit is invested in bonds that pay 5 percent interest, it would produce an amount equal to your salary at death, so the survivors could live off the interest and would not have to "invade" the principal."
- Since The Federal Reserve control's "inflation", and The Payment System Risk (PSR) policy that are designed to improve intraday liquidity management securities that trade on the markets during regular business hours could your family get "broke off" after you die by investing in AIG?
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