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Most graduates and young singles have simple insurance needs -- health, auto and renters coverage. At this early stage in your career, you probably don't need to carry life insurance, but it may be one of the company benefits at your new job. Most financial planners recommend that all singles carry disability insurance. Here's the low down on your insurance needs.

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Compiled by Dena Dubay, Dani Arthur, Amy Fleitas and Myra Cristobal. Illustrations by Brandy Kesl.




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