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Metro Business Report December 21, 2009

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Many American families are not prepared for an untimely death. Studies show that 15 percent of husbands and 28 percent of wives have NO life insurance. Six million households have no life insurance or any form of protection.

Insured husbands in the U.S. carry enough life insurance on average to replace their income for only four years. As a rule of thumb, a family should have life insurance to cover living expenses for around seven to ten years.

Farm Bureau has recently hired a new Salt Lake City agent, Jamie Clayton. Clayton just moved here from Kansas and is eager to develop clients here in Utah.

Farm Bureau is a growing company here in Utah and is looking forward to providing insurance services for Utahns.

This is Lane Beattie for KSL News Radio.

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