Can someone's death be a legitimate Jackpot for some one else?
With the struggles humankind is having with life and death and who should live and who should die , certain thoughts keeps tracing through my head in the form of this question. As for me of course I believe this can happen and I have legitimate references.
Holding a life insurance policy on another person is a legitimate jackpot for the death of another. I know of a people that have purchased life insurance policies on family members not living with them. For them it's like a stock investment especially if the relative is young and participating in criminal activities. The premiums are low and the payout could be several thousands.
Another form of jackpot one may experience is if the person who died use to bully, torment, or harass an individual. I imagine they would feel a sense of newfound freedom knowing that person was dead.
Since you really can't take it with you.. It gets left beind and so do the debt.. so it can work both ways for some families..
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