Online Insurance Sales Seen Growing

Koco, Linda
July 1999
National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;7/26/99, Vol. 103 Issue 30, p9
Reports on the growth of online sales of insurance products in 1998 according to figures presented at the 1999 meeting of the National Association for Variable Annuities. Types of insurance products that were sold online; Implication of the trend for state insurance regulators and insurers in the United States; Comments from L. David Blair of Intuit Insurance Services on online insurance sales.


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