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As a blanket? Everything?

Pretty much, yes. Even after explaining that I have no dependents and a (completely unnecessary, but it's free, except for the small amount of imputed income that gets taxed) life insurance benefit through work, I am still amazed that life insurance salespeople try to convince me that I need life insurance - generally 'for savings'. Ummm, no thanks - my savings are just fine without having to pay for unneccessary insurance, too.

And after my experience with the annuity salesperson, pretty much done with them, too.

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