If the country goes over the fiscal cliff, the impact would be borne most heavily by the wealthy. But the average middle class family could take a steep hit as well. Take for, instance, a family making $82,000 a year with four children. Both spouses work. Due to a combination of expiring tax cuts, that family would pay an extra $530 a month in taxes, or more than $6,000 a year.
The allegations relate to the Georgia Underwriting Association.
The United State is not near the top of this list.
Organizations in the mix include Sun Life U.S., LifeQuotes.com, Allsup, Cigna and MetLife.
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