As soon as the United States have begun to stabilize the economy of the state after years of economical crisis, new problems and question seem to appear. The government has invested $50 billion into the economical spheres, according to the recent information given by the representatives of the Federal Reserve on the news. Such a fact somehow assures people government really caters for the economy of the state and that everything will be quite OK in this field.
Nevertheless, the question of life insurance remains opened for now. During the four and a half years of the crisis health was something unstable, that’s why people used to pay the bespoken annual sum ($695 for the poor ones up to $12,500 for the rich families according to the taxes’ rate given by the Internal Revenue Service and the Tax Foundation). Yet now the uncertainty seems to be gone, the country slowly returns to the pre-crisis status, and people start asking the question whether they really need obligatory health care or not.
During the crisis the percentage of the life insurance sales have risen from 22% to 31%, which is pretty drastic. But now the economical planners claim that it would be better to buy life insurance for some term when it is necessary, than to continue paying off during the healthy times. Naturally, the long-term policies might be provided for children and pensioners as categories really needing it, other healthy adults may as well be satisfied with the shorter period of life insurance paid. The experimental term sales provided by the government have already proved their efficiency since their first introduction in 2009, which marks them as useful in the future.
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