What people say doesn't always align with what they do. Such is the case with life insurance, a study commissioned by New York Life finds.

According to the study, most Americans don't buy enough life insurance to secure the level of protection they say they would want for their families if they were to die. The average American registered an insurance shortfall of $320,000.

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