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Astrologer knows own deathdate, wants advice on life insurance

 
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Astrologer knows own deathdate, wants advice on life insurance
I will die in 2027 at the age of 69. I want to make the best use of my resources to provide for my wife after I'm gone. What are my best life insurance options?
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Re: Astrologer knows own deathdate, wants advice on life insurance
anyone?
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Re: Astrologer knows own deathdate, wants advice on life insurance
How do you know this?

What is in your chart that indicates this will happen?

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Re: Astrologer knows own deathdate, wants advice on life insurance
I'm not here to give astrology lessons, but they say a word to the wise is sufficient, so you can look into Secondary Lunar Returns, Tertiary Solar Returns, and Tertiary Lunar Returns.

When I die, I will be nearly 70 years old, and I don't know enough about life insurance to know what my best play is.
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Re: Astrologer knows own deathdate, wants advice on life insurance
20 year term
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Re: Astrologer knows own deathdate, wants advice on life insurance
suicide DOES NOT COUNT !!
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Re: Astrologer knows own deathdate, wants advice on life insurance
I will die in 2027 at the age of 69. I want to make the best use of my resources to provide for my wife after I'm gone. What are my best life insurance options?
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This is great thing to know on which many are confused. I would really love to sit with my astrologer and get to know what can be done best for your wife.hf
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suicide DOES NOT COUNT !!
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Re: Astrologer knows own deathdate, wants advice on life insurance
Life insurance will not exist n 2027 when you are 69.

Your wife will simply be absorbed.

You will find it all quite amusing from your perspective.
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Re: Astrologer knows own deathdate, wants advice on life insurance
I am an Allstate agent and can gladly write you a 1,000,000 20 year term policy. If you know how you will die it would help because I can write an accidental death rider that doubles the payout if you die in an accident.
Let me know if you would like my help with this at all.
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Re: Astrologer knows own deathdate, wants advice on life insurance
Yep! A 20 year term life policy is going to be your best bet, an the maximum amount with which you can be sure to keep up on your premiums. Be sure you get it with a solid company though, as you don't want to run the risk of losing your investment. Then again, if the economy keeps going the way it looks like it will, that policy will probably never be worth what you put into it.
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