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Gregory Cook
Insuring for the future
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Sam, 49, and his wife Lisa, 46, were feeling the pressure to provide for future of their four dependent kids, aged between 8 and 15, without sacrificing their current financial position. With a steady annual income between Sam and Lisa of around $370,000, the couple decided to take some risks to better their financial position and invest in the children’s future.

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