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#1 Feb 28, 2013
My wife and I are looking at getting life insurance. We are 28 and 32 and have two children. Is it better to get term and invest the difference or go whole life with tax deferred interest and dividends? We are looking at the Knights of Columbus for our insurance and they have said they pay 4.75% annually and anywhere from 8-9% on dividends.
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