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Is Financial Morbidity Creating Dis-Ease?

The dictionary defines morbidity as the “relative incidence of disease,” and in the insurance field, it’s associated with the chances of someone becoming disabled. The idea of financial morbidity is aimed clearly at those who possess an inability to deal with their financial lives to a degree that their long-term [...]
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