Introduction to Group Insurance
Dearborn, 2001 - Business & Economics - 153 pages
This course lays the groundwork for agents entering the group insurance market.It includes expanded coverage of cafeteria plans, group disability income plans, group long term care, and income tax treatment of group life insurance.Lively charts, graphics, sample policies, a case study, and glossary aid understanding of important concepts. If you are taking this course for CE, the CE exam will automatically be added to your basket when selecting CE credit.Certain states require that a proctor or monitor supervise the exam taking process.
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