The Complete Book of Insurance: The Consumer's Guide to Insuring Your Life, Health, Property, and Income

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Irwin Professional Pub., 1996 - Social Science - 272 pages
The Complete Book of Insurance provides all the information a consumer needs to make intelligent insurance-buying decision. Written by a nationally known expert on insurance, the book is geared for everyday consumers who are confused about the variety and complexity of today's insurance products. In easy-to-understand language, the book explains everything from variable annuities to disability insurance. Most important, the book shows how to determine the right insurance for consumers of different incomes, age group and family responsibilities. Specific topics include: Spend your insurance dollars wisely. Provide adequate coverage for you and your family; Disability, medical, homeowner's, automobile, liability and life insurance products; Managing your life insurance; Selecting an insurance agent and insurance company.

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About the author (1996)

Ben G. Baldwin, CLU, ChFC, CFP, is president and owner of Baldwin Financial Systems, a registered advisory firm serving both individual and corporate clients. The winner of numerous sales awards throughout his career and a former member of the Board of Governors for the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, he has consulted for major insurance companies including New York Life, Transamerica, Prudential, CNA, AIG, ING, AXA, and Equitable. Along with the first edition of "The New Life Insurance Investment Advisor," Baldwin also wrote "The Complete Book of Insurance "and "The Lawyer's Guide to Insurance,

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