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RJ Mitte — star of the hit television series "Breaking Bad" — is back at the breakfast table. After living through a series of his own "bad breaks," he has partnered with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) on a series of videos to help educate fellow millennials about the importance of insurance education.
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Additionally, RJ shares a few resources he found especially helpful:

#InsureThis: Easy-to-grasp insurance tips that young adults can study and share in social media.

  Get Ready ResourcesGet Ready Resources Help Avoid Costly Surprises

These new resource kits help consumers considering a major life event get smart about the insurance implications before a crisis occurs.

 

RJ acknowledges it can be difficult to convince fellow young adults to make insurance education a priority.

RJ's Bad Breaks: Auto Accidents Aplenty

   
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