Moonlighting: When Your Primary Company Isn't Enough

Jones, Chuck
September 2000
Advisor Today;Sep2000, Vol. 95 Issue 9, p76
Trade Publication
Reports on the increasing number of insurance agents which brokers business outside their primary insurance carriers in the United States. Rules imposed by Prudential on insurance agents regarding outside brokering; Views of New York Life on outside brokering; Examples of potential problems an insurance agent can encounter in outside brokering.


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