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April 27, 2006


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It's been a while since I have read this book but I vaguely remember something about insurance (I could be thinking of something else). Regardless, I do think that fits in here well. Health insurance is a good way to protect your principal. If I have $200,000 saved up and then I get cancer, well that $200,000 can diminish very quickly. You may not always need a $20 copay or a great prescription plan but every person should at least have a catastrophe health insurance plan to cover the worst case scenarios.

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