Bridging the Property and Casualty Gap

Stolz, Richard F.
November 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov2007, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p32
Academic Journal
The article discusses financial planning and property and casualty insurance. Financial planners need to be aware of risk management issues for clients in the area of property and casualty insurance, including home insurance and catastrophic risk, such as floods, fires and other natural disasters. Securing adequate protection for homeowners requires appraisal to determine the value of the home, and consideration on limits of coverage including personal property replacement. Homeowners must consider their liability associated with housekeepers or nannies.


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