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Everyone thinks the odds of something bad happening are small—until
something bad happens. Accidents and disasters can be frightening as well as
have a negative impact your financial situation. Actions and choices you’re
making right now will affect your ability to deal with the unexpected costs
when something unfortunate occurs.
What You’ll Learn
Assess your risk exposure and how insurance fits into your financial plan.
Find more helpful investing tips and tools from the Resource Library, including the following items:
While your teen is learning about insurance, consider ways to reinforce learning from home.
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