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If you are like many other people, you'll spend plenty of time worrying about whether you are saving enough for retirement and give relatively little thought to the issue of life insurance.
Life insurance often gets short shrift, partly because many people come at it with preconceived ideas, and that, according to advisors, results in some fairly common mistakes. Very often, people buy life insurance right after they get married or have their first child and don't give it another thought until their policies are set to expire.
"One of the most common mistakes people make with regard to life insurance is assuming that their lives aren't going to change, and so they plan for a short time horizon on the insurance front," said Thomas Henske, a certified financial planner and partner at Lenox Advisors.
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