Questions and Answers on Life Insurance
Questions and Answers on Life Insurance is an extremely useful and one of a kind resource for anyone looking for a simple way to understand life insurance.
It covers all the basics and the advanced information that you need to know. And all this in a format where can go directly to the information you need without having to sort through information you’re not looking for.
Author Tony Steuer brings 17 years of experience in the life insurance. During this time Tony has guided clients with purchasing their life insurance and the ongoing maintenance of policies.
He has also worked with professional advisors on reviewing their client’s policies and determining needs. Tony has helped to keep client’s, where possible, from unpleasant surprises.
Questions and Answers on Life Insurance covers:
- Life Insurance Needs Planning
- Keeping your policy in force
- Company Evaluations
- Pitfalls to look out for
Questions and Answers on Life Insurance is a valuable resource for anyone involved with a life insurance policy. It helps makes a complex financial product understandable for consumers as well as financial advisors.
An easy-to-use life-insurance guidebook. Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) Steuer notes that life insurance is “one of the least exciting topics to think about,” and here he offers a painless reference book to that gray world.
The format of the book, framed as answers to frequently–and not-so-frequently–asked questions, will help readers make informed decisions about what kind of life insurance to purchase and how to monitor your holdings to avoid any nasty surprises down the road.
Read in its entirety, the book provides a deep-immersion course (this exhaustive resource is certainly dense) on all aspects of the subject. But it’s also helpful in addressing the quandary of the moment, from something as basic as whether or not to buy term or permanent insurance to the material knowledge that can be gleaned from insurance regulatory information reports.
Steuer lays out pros and cons, demonstrates how you can use mathematical calculations to arrive at a plan that best suits you, brings needs-analysis into play and tenders an array of quick facts that help put issues into perspective.
Though the sentences are often halting and poorly constructed– “It stems from the old principle that if a villager’s house burned down, and then the other villagers would help to rebuild the house” –the information is solid. Steuer’s premise is economic commonsense–when laying out tens of thousands of dollars, it’s good to know what you’re buying–and his guidance is valuable. — Kirkus Reviews –This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
About the Author
Anthony Steuer is a specially licensed individual life and disability insurance analyst with twenty years of experience in the life insurance field. He has written articles for national trade magazines, edited several investment books, and authored several online continuing education courses. –This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.