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YourLifeSolution.com has just published a World map which highlights the areas of the World that are considered unacceptable for those being underwritten for life insurance.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 17, 2014
YourLifeSolution.com, a service which allows consumers to find the best life insurance rates from an online database, has just published a World map which highlights the areas of the World that are considered unacceptable for those being underwritten for life insurance. A life insurance carrier obviously cant scrutinize a persons lifestyle and foreign travel decisions perpetually, but they can and do ask where you have been in the last two years and where you intend to go in the future. Due to some questionably draconian legislation, this isnt really the case in Florida anymore, but everyone everywhere else in the U.S. can expect to be asked this question when applying for life insurance. A life insurance carrier likely would be reluctant to issue coverage on someone like Shane Smith, Founder of Vice Magazine, since he has been to North Korea multiple times in the last few years, but most consumers are unscathed by having their foreign travel habits scrutinized, said Eric Smith.
YourLifeSolution.coms World map infographic which highlights the most unaceptable travel locations can be seen here: http://visual.ly/foreign-travels-effect-life-insurance-underwriting.
Consumers interested in accurately researching the best rates for their own life insurance can do so at YourLifeSolution.com. Information about life insurance can also be obtained by phone at 888.374.2764.
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