Your Life Insurance Options

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Wiley, Sep 27, 1993 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
Provides accessible, practical advice on how to buy insurance including helpful tips on finding the most coverage at the lowest price. Explains how to select a financially strong insurance company plus a competent insurance agent; how to manage life insurance investments; how term, whole, variable, universal life insurance and annuities work. Key information is provided in the form of Action Items, Wealth-Building Profiles, Wealth-Building Worksheets, Questions and Answer and Points to Remember sections in each chapter. The comprehensive glossary enables readers to understand insurance jargon and clarifies difficult concepts.

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Contents

Understanding and Using
1
How Much Life Insurance
27
Sound Insurance Company
41
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Alan Levine is a syndicated financial columnist and bestselling author. He shares with his wife, Gail Liberman, many decades of experience translating financial concepts into easy-to-use ideas for dealing smarter with money issues. His expert commentary has appeared in "Consumers Digest", "Your Money", and "Worth", and he has been quoted in or appeared on "The Wall Street Journal", Oprah, The 700 Club, "Money" magazine, "The New York Times", "Redbook", CNN, CNBC, PBS, and Bloomberg. He is a columnist for the "Boston Herald", America Online, Fundsinteractive.com, and Quicken.com. He has columns with American Lawyer and CNBC.com.

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