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Geraldo works full-time to take care of his family. His wife, Marina, stays home to take care of their two young children. What kind of insurance coverage should Geraldo and Marina have for their family? Explain why.

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    We need a lot more information about this family to make a decision.

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    What job is Geraldo doing?

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