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  • Product Design/Pricing with Bonus Features
    with tomorrow's crisis - today's crisis is health care. Tomorrow's crisiswill be adequate retirementincome ... 65 are going to have to take care of them- selves while they try to care for their parents. That means ...

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    • Authors: Application Administrator, Ted E Becker, Barbara Lautzenheiser
    • Date: Oct 1993
    • Competency: Results-Oriented Solutions
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Annuities; Life Insurance; Public Policy
  • Bancassurance Products
    regions, including the U.S. industry. There is no direct representation from either banks or insurance companies ... ruled that a bank in any of these small towns can direct market insurance virtually anywhere. In November ...

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    • Authors: Application Administrator, Oscar Zimmerman, Chris M Rutten, Jean C Gora
    • Date: Jun 1997
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Global Perspectives; Life Insurance; Public Policy
  • Last Link in Product Development-State Form Filing
    up and try and fix the problem if we don't take care of ourselves. If the state regulators on a file-and-use ... you only have one customer (and you may have a primary customer), you cannot ignore the policyholders ...

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    • Authors: John A Hartnedy, David Hippen, Sandra K Meltzer, Ejaz Haroon, Karen J Allen, Application Administrator
    • Date: Jun 2000
    • Competency: Communication>Written communication; External Forces & Industry Knowledge>Actuarial methods in business operations; Relationship Management>Relationships and trust
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Qualifications; Actuarial Profession>Standards of practice; Enterprise Risk Management>Compliance; Life Insurance; Public Policy
  • Sales Illustrations-We Can't Life with Them, But We Can't Live Without Them!
    even similar policies in different companies. The primary reason is that the assumptions that underlie the ... traditionalparticipatingwhole life. In these policies,the direct effect of any singlenonguaranteedelement cannot ...

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    • Authors: Application Administrator, Bruce Booker, Judy Faucett, Robert M Nelson
    • Date: May 1993
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge; Professional Values
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Annuities; Life Insurance; Public Policy
  • Failed Contracts Under Internal Revenue Code, Section 7702
    environment that probably means exercise ordinary business care and prudence. All the facts and circumstances are ... neglect, and neglect is the failure to use reasonable care in the filing of a tax return, So in cases of willful ...

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    • Authors: Application Administrator, Christian J DesRochers
    • Date: Oct 1995
    • Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Life Insurance; Public Policy
  • Problems and Solutions for Product Illustrations
    regulatory group. Understandability was obviously the primary one. We also mentioned accountability for the company ... companies are aware of this. It says the actuary's primary responsibility with regard to illustrated dividends ...

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    • Authors: Application Administrator, Gary Corbett, Robert E Wilcox, George Coleman
    • Date: May 1994
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Annuities; Life Insurance; Public Policy