- Entertain frequently and serve your guests alcohol
- Operate a business out of your home
- Give interviews that may be published
- Employ uninsured workers on your property
- Drive a lot of miles or have teenage drivers
- Live in a manner that gives the appearance of wealth
- Have a dog, especially if the breed is known to be aggressive
- Own jet skis, a boat, motorcycles, or snowmobiles
Even if you don’t yet have a tent in the millionaire camp, you may want to consider the benefits of liability insurance. You don’t have to be a millionaire to be sued for a million dollars. Anyone who is carefully building a financial portfolio may want to limit their exposure to risk. Umbrella liability can be a fairly inexpensive way to help shelter current assets and future income from the unexpected.
This is a simplified description of coverage. All statements made are subject to the provisions, exclusions, conditions and limitations of applicable insurance policies. Please refer to actual policy documents for complete details regarding coverage.
He Earned, She Earned
In North America, 63% of millionaires are men while 37% of millionaires are women.
Chart Source: The Wall Street Journal, June 22, 2011; most recent information available.
1. Spectrem Group, 2013.
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