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LTC Stephen F.
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I would expect PTSD to be a factor in the cost of health insurance coverage but it doesn't make much sense for life insurance SFC Joe S. Davis Jr., MSM, DSL. Because my father was not able to get life insurance because of his health, when I was a young Captain at Fort Benning I developed a relationship with the company that is now First Command which focused on providing advice and options fro life insurance and investments for at time military commissioned officers.
I began purchasing whole life policies with a guarantee that I could purchase additional insurance no matter how bad my health got - at market prices. After I had sons, we purchased similar policies fro each of them.
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SFC Joe S. Davis Jr., MSM, DSL
SFC Joe S. Davis Jr., MSM, DSL
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LTC Stephen F. I remember First Command, I didn't have much funds back in the early 2000. I always think of investing with First Command and their whole life insurance premiums are second to none.
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Maj Kim P.
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SFC Joe S. Davis Jr., MSM, DSL Insurance companies are happy to take our $ for almost anything UNLESS you have been diagnosed with something you might actually die from and in the fine print, all of those conditions, once identified by credible source make you an undesirable aka uninsurable risk. Happy to take your money and not interested in giving it back. How does that side show shell game from days past go?
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Capt Tom Brown
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Insurance companies are in business to make money, not to provide insurance or to protect anyone from loss.
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