Compliance Confusion

Wienhoff, Bill
August 2009
Best's Review;Aug2009, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p101
Trade Publication
The article discusses the implication of the varying rules on the sale of long-term care insurance among states in the U.S. It mentions that such differences are making if difficult for producers and carriers since they are the one's accountable for the compliance of their producers. It relates that consumers need to be educated also about partnerships concerning private long-term care insurance and public health care assistance.


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