We buy insurance for every thing we own. We insure our cars, homes, our possessions, our health and our lives. It seems there is an insurance policy for every perceivable thing as long as it has some sort of monetary value. You would think that a couple’s marriage would be the most valuable thing in a home and would warrant at least some type of coverage. It’s just not that easy.
Women look at insurance as a way of protecting their assets. Placing a value on their possessions is easy when they are material objects. If something gets damaged or stolen, they file a claim and get a check for the estimated value of the item. When asked to place value on their husband, the price she chooses will greatly depend on whether or not he has been on her good side.
The problem with insurance is that i...Read More