Health care experts say that if you are thinking about signing up for life insurance, the answer is probably not a resounding yes.

But it is still worth the risk.

Insurance experts say the answer to the question is a resoundingly yes.

If you want to sign up for a policy, you need to know that your coverage will cost you a fortune.

For many people, that means buying life insurance to buy a lower-cost plan.

Life insurance covers the loss of your life, your children’s and grandchildren’s lives, your property and the cost of your medical care, says Jeff Bader, chief executive officer of Health Care Research Institute, a research group that focuses on health care issues.

Life insurers, which are typically government-run insurance companies, are not required to keep a record of a policyholder’s deaths or other serious events.

They may charge higher premiums or charge more for treatments that the insurer determines are medically necessary.

And their policies are typically much more generous than policies purchased through an employer, which can include lifetime coverage for certain types of injuries.

Life policies can cost as much as $1,200 for a person with a family of four or more and $1 and up for people with one or fewer children, according to the National Life Insurance Association.

The American Academy of Actuaries, an insurance industry trade group, says that people who get policies from insurance companies are usually better off than those who get coverage from other people.

For example, the AABI study says that life insurance policies can save an individual $1.25 for every $1 in income that the person receives from insurance.

It adds that for a family with two adults and two children, that savings can reach $7,000.

A person can save even more if he or she gets insurance through a mutual fund, says John F. Dolan, an actuarial professor at the University of California, Berkeley.

Life Insurance Policy Cost Insurers typically charge higher rates for people who buy policies through the insurance industry.

The American Academy for Actuarians says that a life policy is worth more if it is guaranteed, meaning it covers a person’s death and that the policies are guaranteed to pay.

That type of guarantee typically means that the insurance company doesn’t have to keep records of the death, and it can pay for treatment, say the AACI study.

Some insurers, including Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, offer life insurance that provides protection for a certain amount of time.

The policy also may be required to cover certain expenses and is required to provide certain benefits.

But those costs are usually covered by the policyholder, not the insurer, according a statement from Blue Cross.

Even if the life insurance policy is not guaranteed, it may be more than you need, say experts.

A life policy can provide coverage for the loss and/or damage of a spouse, children or parents, says Bader.

And a policy may provide coverage to cover any expenses that may result from an accident or illness, he adds.

While insurance experts say there are some advantages to buying life coverage, such as the potential for greater coverage, the costs associated with purchasing it also can be high.

For some, a life insurance plan can cost more than their annual income.

If you are considering buying life or other insurance, here are the factors you should look at: Your age and health The number of people in your household can be a factor, says Mark Borkowski, vice president of health care at the actuarial firm McKinsey & Company.

For people under 35, the number of insurance policies purchased by an individual is more important than the number in a family.

If more than half of a family member has insurance, a policy is more valuable, he says.

The number and type of policies can also have an effect on how much insurance a person would need.

For instance, if a family has two adults, it could be worth purchasing a policy that would cover them both, says Dolan.

The cost of a higher-priced policy could also lead to a higher cost of medical care.

Life insurance companies often offer life coverage for people under age 55.

You have to be healthy to buy life insurance and, if you have a medical condition, you must be healthy for the policy to cover your costs.

The rate of return is also important, according with the ABAI study, which notes that policies for people 65 and older are more expensive than policies for younger adults.

Your risk profile You can also consider whether your financial situation and income are good enough to afford the coverage.

Barkowski points out that the cost and benefits of buying life will vary by individual circumstances, including whether you have access to certain types, such a life and disability insurance policies, or some types, like health coverage.

Some of these policies are more likely to provide