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The difference between Term Life Insurance and Whole Life insurance


The main difference between Term Life Insurance and Whole life insurance lies in what happens to the money.<br><br> In Term Life Insurance, you pay the monthly or yearly fee. If you die when the policy is active and paid, then your family will be covered and receive the amount which you have insured. If you don't die before the policy expires, you (or your family) receive nothing. <br> The premiums are lower than Whole Life Insurance but they change as you age.<br><br> Whole Life Insurance (AKA Cash-Value Insurance) has both insurance policy and Investment account.<br><br> The premiums are higher than Term Life Insurance but they are fixed (you pay the same premium even when you age). If you die, your family receives the death benefit but you can also cash the money when you are older or retired.<br>

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Instructions how to play the game of life


Instructions: (from E-how)
  1. Set Up
    • 1

      Set up the game by laying out the game board and attaching buildings to the empty lots.

    • 2

      Mix up the LIFE tiles, and place them LIFE-side-up near the game board. Take four tiles from the top of the pile and place them in the Millionaire Estates lot.

    • 3Shuffle each deck of cards (Career, Salary, House and Stock) and place them facedown beside the game board. Place the Automobile Insurance, Homeowner's Insurance and Bank Loans in piles near the board as well.

    • 4

      Select a banker to be in charge of money paid to and from the bank. The banker begins the game by distributing $10,000 to each player.

    • 5

      Each player should select a car and place a person peg in the driver's seat.

    Game Play
    • 6

      After each player spins the wheel, the person who spins the highest number begins the game. Play continues clockwise.

    • 7

      When it is your first turn, you must first decide whether to start a career or start college. If you choose to start a career, place your car on the "Start a Career" space. If you choose to start college, place your car on the "Start College" space.

    • 8

      If you have chosen to start a career, have another player help you to draw a career card. The other player will fan out the career cards in front of you, and you may draw one card at random. This is your career. You may not keep a career card that specifies "Degree Required." Repeat this step with the salary card, drawing only one card.

    • 9

      If you decide to start college, borrow $40,000 from the bank as your student loan. You will remain in college throughout game play until you reach the space that says "Job Search. Stop." At this point, have another player fan out the career cards in front of you, and draw three cards at random. You may choose which career you desire out of these three. Do the same with the salary card; choosing three cards at random, and selecting which salary card you would like to keep.

    • 10

      After your first turn, begin regular game play. When it is your turn to play, spin the wheel and move your car forward the amount of spaces dictated by the number you've spun. If there is already another player on your spot, move ahead to the next free space. Follow the instructions on the space.

    • 11

      As you move through the game you will encounter colors on different spaces. If you land on an orange space, simply follow the instructions. If you land on a blue space, you have the option of following the instructions, or ignoring them. Green spaces are "Pay Day" spaces. This means you receive the amount of money listed on your Salary card from the bank. Red spaces require that you stop on that space even if you have not finished your turn, and complete the instructions listed on the space. If you land on a space with the word LIFE printed on it, take a LIFE tile and place it in your pile.

    • 12

      Throughout the game there are spaces known as "Career" spaces. These spaces have the symbols of specific careers on the space, and give instructions, typically regarding how much money you must pay the person who holds that career card. If another player has that career card, pay them that amount specified. If you have the career card, pay nothing. If no one has that card, pay the bank.

    • 13

      There are several other spaces that require special instruction. If you land on a "Change Career" space during game play, you may draw one Career card at random as your new career. Don't forget that with a new career comes a new salary. Draw one salary card at random. When you land on a "Get Married," "Baby Girl" or "Baby Boy" space, add a person peg to your car. Finally, when you land on "Buy a House," select one house at random and pay the bank the amount listed on the card. If you do not have enough money, borrow from the bank.

    • 14

      When you reach the "Retirement" space at the end of the board, game play has come to an end for you. At this point, repay any loans you owe the bank, and place your Career, Salary and House cards out of play, as well as your insurance policies. If you believe you have more money than any other players, retire your car to Millionaire Estates. Otherwise, retire at Country Acres.

    • 15

      After each player has retired, all of the players who have retired to Millionaire Estates count their money. The person with the most money gets the four LIFE tiles that were placed there at the beginning of game play. All players then add up the amount of money they have in their LIFE tile pile, and add that amount to their cash value. The person with the most amount of money, combined, wins the game.

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Tips & Warnings
  • You may buy car insurance for $10,000 (paid to the bank) at the beginning of your turn.

  • After you own a home you may buy homeowner's insurance at the beginning of any of your turns. The amount you owe the bank for insurance is listed on your House card.

  • You may buy Stock at the beginning of your turn for a total of $50,000 (paid to the bank). When another player spins your number, they then owe you $10,000.

  • Note that any player who spins a 10 owes the player that holds the Police Officer card $10,000 -- but only if the police officer notices. This is called "speeding."



Read more: Instructions for "The Game of Life" by Milton Bradley ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7841883_instructions-game-life-milton-bradley.html#ixzz1w2YVetEI

May 27, 2012 | Milton Bradley Life Board Game

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I have someone that wants to buy my watch through PayPal. They want me to ship the watch to China. I have nevered used PayPal and am concerned this is a scam. What could go wrong. If they send me money...


after you sign up for a paypal account, either personal or business, ask for the payment to be made before sending the watch, because you must consider shipping to China, for a account in paypal you'll have to put up a credit card, debit card, or checking account,& then paypal has to verify the account.
once the money has been deposited into your account, also paypal does charge fees for the sellers, which will be taken out of your money, but after the fees are removed then the rest of the money is your, then & only then should you ship the watch, providing you've charged enough so the shipping charge doesn't come out of your pocket, but the buyers, then send the watch, send a tracking number to the buyer so you & the buyer can keep track of the watch, also make sure to get insurance on the package also (buyer pays for insurance),,, that you know it get safetly to the buyer. because if the buyer does not reciever the watch in a certain amount of time they can go to paypal & start a dispute in the resolution center over not recieving the item & then paypal will come to you about the situation

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I Have paid for an answer to my question regarding chevy blazer air bag sensors you ask me for more money before you give me an answer why is this?


you can ask questions here without paying and people like me try to help answer your questions for no charge. i have helped many people on here for just my advice.
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