In addition, education spending cuts have cost an unknown but likely significant number of private-sector jobs as school districts canceled or scaled back purchases and contracts (for instance, buying fewer textbooks). These job losses shrink the purchasing power of workers’ families, in turn affects local businesses and slows recovery. See for example, Center for American Progress, “Expanded Learning Time By the Numbers,” April 22, 2010, .
Provided you keep paying your premiums, you should be covered throughout the term. Once the policy term ends, all protection about what financial commitments you would still have, such as children or a mortgage.
Recovering from a critical illness can also mean extra costs for you and your family making changes to your home or car. Your payout could be used to cover this.
Provided you keep paying your premiums, you should be covered throughout the term. Once the policy term ends, all protection stops.Most people could benefit from a critical illness policy, but the impact of the premium and the benefit of the payout vary from person to person.