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Articles from National Underwriter Life & Health (December 6, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
2005 events. Calendar 1013
A new product idea: 'life' insurance: this would be a 'term insurance' approach to retirement planning. Blazzard, Norse N.; Hasenauer, Judith A. 975
Are combination products poised for take-off? The concept has been around for a while, but execution has been lagging. Tumicki, Elaine F. 1021
At the cutting edge: nascent realism. Koco, Linda Cover Story 1883
Convergent sales idea: combine a life policy with a casualty policy; it seems perfectly logical and may have multiple uses. Friedman, Douglas I. 653
Income annuity forecast: bright. Bragg, Jack 678
Index annuity world: 2004 to 2005. Marrion, Jack 604
Industry split on UL reserving change will be out in the open at NAIC. Connolly, Jim 895
Insurer pushes hybrid retirement plan. Thomas, Trevor 658
Insurers to NAIC: target changes on broker comp. Connolly, Jim 1036
Keys to 412(i) plan: focus on target market and plan details; these plans are for conservative clients, not financial thrill seekers. Bryant, Amy C. 813
One California health deal starts as another closes. Bell, Allison 534
Products are targeting boomers' income needs and mindset. Boros, Joan E. 751
Simplification redux: some product development issues just won't go away. Take simplification. As you can see from this week's spotlight on cutting edge products, simplifying products is back on the minds of insurance product developers. Koco, Linda 807
Simplified issue requires a different mindset. Lakenbach, Cary 1262
Smart printing makes dollars and sense. Trembly, Ara C. 869
Treasury is asked to modify 'use it or lose it' provision on health FSAs. Postal, Arthur D. 587
UnitedHealth to acquire Definity for $300 million. Bell, Allison 387
Vive LIAM! Piontek, Steve 632

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