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 n.— «Insurance companies are fighting for share of a market that totals more than 77 million Americans. Yes, boomers and others will likely invest a portion of their nest eggs in what Milevsky refers to as “finsurance” (a blend of finance and insurance) products to address longevity risk—the risk that they will outlive their income.» —“Bargain-buyers: Beware” by Robert Powell MarketWatch Jan. 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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