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Do you need life insurance?

To decide if you need life insurance, ask this question: “Would someone be financially worse off if you died tomorrow?” says Rachel Podnos, a certified financial planner with Wealth Care LLC in Washington, D.C. If anyone depends on your income or would be stuck paying your debts, then the answer is yes.

USATODAY. Barbara Marquand, Published Feb. 10, 2018

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Matthew Flynn

Matthew Flynn is Licensed as an Insurance Agent for Life, Travel Accident, Accident & Health Insurance by the New York State & Florida Departments of Financial Services. 


NY License Number: LA-1492808 

FL  License Number: W484855

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Matthew Flynn has always maintained a strong commitment to family and community. Throughout his career and personal life, he has been an active member of the community with a vision to make the world a better place by enhancing the quality of life for one person at a time. 

Matthew Flynn is married to his wife, Aimee, and has two children, Matthew II & Samantha.

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