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Priority List List the following in order of importance to you
Prioritize These Items 1.Home 2.Auto 3.Family 4.Boat 5.Income 6.Life
Most People Put Them In This Order 1.Family
Most People Put Them In This Order 1.Family 2.Life
Most People Put Them In This Order 1.Family 2.Life 3.Income
Most People Put Them In This Order 1.Family 2.Life 3.Income 4.Home
Most People Put Them In This Order 1.Family 2.Life 3.Income 4.Home 5.Auto
Most People Put Them In This Order 1.Family 2.Life 3.Income 4.Home 5.Auto 6.Boat
Most People Insure Them In This Order
1.Auto - With Auto Insurance
Most People Insure Them In This Order 1.Auto - With Auto Insurance 2.Home – With Homeowner Insurance
Most People Insure Them In This Order 1.Auto - With Auto Insurance 2.Home – With Homeowner Insurance 3.Boat – With Boat Insurance
Most People Insure Them In This Order 1.Auto - With Auto Insurance 2.Home – With Homeowner Insurance 3.Boat – With Boat Insurance 4.Family – With Health Insurance
Few People Think About Insuring Their Most Important Assets
Few People Think About Insuring Their Most Important Assets Their Income
Few People Think About Insuring Their Most Important Assets Their Income &
Few People Think About Insuring Their Most Important Assets Their Income & Their Life
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