Improvident Life, Inc

Marshall, Eliot
April 1973
New Republic;4/7/73, Vol. 168 Issue 14, p14
Focuses on the government investigation on the competition of insurance companies in the sale of life insurance in the U.S. Statement that the essence of every policy is a certain amount of pure "death protection," that covers the inherent risk in the contract; Information that most companies also act as unchartered savings banks; Creation of a standard system in selling life insurance; Variation in the cost of life insurance; Disparity in the insurance premiums and prices offered by insurers.


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