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Business, 07.11.2019 18:31, MadyGrace

What do disability insurance and life insurance have in common?
What do disability insurance and life insurance have in common?

a.
both are provided by your employer at the employer’s expense.
b.
both charge the same amount for the policy premium.
c.
both cover an unexpected loss of income.
d.
both cover beneficiaries in the event of your death.

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