CliffsNotes Understanding Life Insurance

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John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, Mar 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 120 pages
Cliffs Notes: Understanding Life Insurance is the perfect tool for anyone confused by the difficult language of life insurance. Uncover the myths and realities of insurance. Get the tools you need to determine what type of plan is right for you.

Cliffs Notes: Understanding Life Insurance gives expert advice on the terms and lingo of life insurance and will help you decipher the language of any policy. Learn about why life insurance can be an important asset to you and your family.

  • Filled with information and expert tips on deciphering the language of life insurance.
  • Discover the differences between term, whole, and universal life.
  • Features advice on new insurance products tailored to different needs.
  • Life insurance sales have grown continually since World War II with sales reaching $9.8 billion in 1997. (LIMRA, 1999)

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About the Author Bart Astor, a freelance writer based in Virginia, is the author of six books and numerous articles that have appeared in national magazines. His previous book, Baby Boomers Guide to Caring for Aging Parents, has been featured on several radio and television talk shows, including ABC's Good Morning America, Fax Morning News, and National Public Radio's Marketplace. Mr. Astor was also series editor and coauthor of four books on college admission and financial aid. a contributing author and editor for various college guides, and publisher of a national newsletter on college planning.

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