Between a Rock And a Hard Place

Verzone, Ronald D.
April 2008
Best's Review;Apr2008, Vol. 108 Issue 12, p79
Trade Publication
The author points out the need to protect producers, the same protection received by life insurance companies in the U.S. He argues that producers find themselves in the difficult position in proving clients by making the best things for them. He highlights the objectivity of the producers to meet and satisfy their clients. He considers the kind of protection that producers can get after the sale of insurance.


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