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<<Mr. Berger had a steady income and good benefits when he worked as the housekeeping director for a retirement community. But once he became too ill to keep working, his income fell. Fifty-three percent of people in the survey said their work had been interrupted by illness, causing financial difficulties and compounding the burden of medical bills.>>

News flash: people get ill!

Are prudent people helpless when that happens? No, because they buy insurance and accumulate savings to protect themselves from the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.

Seattle Pioneer
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