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Articles from National Underwriter Life & Health (November 17, 2008)

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A stretch IRA 'bump up': going from coach to first class. Olewnik, Richard 1321
AALU's outlook for the new Congress. Postal, Arthur D. 750
Advising white-knuckled clients. Connolly, Jim 1380
An economic downturn intensifies compliance, market conduct issues. Groner, Dennis M. 1882
Broker, agent comp concerns FINRA in variable life settlement deals: the biggest issue is fee disclosure, says an official. Brady, Matt Conference notes 671
Change and challenge-without the neon. Connolly, Jim 737
Consider annuitization of defined contribution plans. King, Cindy 566
Cultivating professional relationships called key to successful practice. Hersch, Warren S. Conference notes 1092
Dodd's staying on banking panel--good for the industry: the senator had wanted to move to foreign relations but changed his mind. Postal, Arthur D. 687
Full disclosure variable life report. Blease, Roger L. 10373
Get off the beaten brain path. Davis, Rick 946
Help clients avoid these common life insurance planning mistakes. Hersch, Warren S. Conference notes 1238
Hope is for the hopeful. Bobo, Jack 898
Inspiring clients and prospects to do business with you. Weylman, C. Richard 976
IRS eyes charitable trust sales. Bell, Allison 471
IRS publishes final COLI regs. Brief article 125
Limited benefit medical plans: a solution for the uninsured. Burke, Brad 1149
Looking to hire a top performer? Develop a personality profile: the starting point is to be clear about the kind of person you are looking for. Greenberg, Herb; Sweeney, Patrick 1162
Position life insurance as an asset. Pinkans, Michael 1063
Question for hard times: will online selling displace agents? Trembly, Ara C. 689
Reaching boomer women--first through the heart. Hersch, Warren S. 868
Selling consumer directed health plans? You need to get the buy-in. Wingate, Owen 1435
Selling indexed life in a down economy. Moore, Sheryl 787
Selling VAs to baby boomers. Brief article 155
Simplicity + emotional connection = success with boomers. Koco, Linda 716
Tar and feathers. Piontek, Steve Editorial 615
Trying to keep the recession blues from creating LTD red ink. Bell, Allison 846
When a bear market chews up college savings accounts: some plans have lost 20% or more of their value this year. Thomas, Trevor 632

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