For anyone weary of writing checks to pay for life insurance, retirement used to spell relief. With the mortgage paid, the kids on their own, and Medicare and Social Security on the way, common sense suggested you could safely let your insurance expire. But now many fifty- and sixtysomethings don't have the flexibility to shorten the life of their life insurance. Life expectancies are longer, and the expenses that the death benefits were earmarked to take care of are hanging around longer, too. You may be retired, but you haven't retired your mortgage. Without a pension, your spouse may need an extra financial safety net after you die. And what if your children aren't self-sufficient? ... Read more from Kiplinger »
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