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    The Expansion of Corporate-owned Life Insurance What are they? Corporate-owned life insurance (COLI) has been increasing common among companies, infamously earning the nickname “dead peasant insurance” along the way. In this case, employers, usually of large companies, take out life insurance policies on low-level employees and receive payments in the circumstance that the employee dies. They originated when companies engaged in insuring high-level employees. For such positions, turnover is lower and the cost of recruiting new employees and training them is higher. To safeguard against the untimely death of a senior executive, companies would purchase a life-insurance policy as means to hedge their investment in human capital. In recent years, such policies have extended to lower-level employees as means for firms to take advantage of the tax preference of life insurance. How to Fix the Problem…

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    For Willy, his adventurer / explorer brother, Ben, and his salesman hero, Dave Singleman, are images of success, but the character of Ben is fantastical and the achievements of Dave are idealised and exaggerated. Using these as his benchmarks, Willy can never achieve the success he so desperately craves. Through a series of flashbacks in the play, where we witness Willy's persistent efforts to make the American Dream a reality for himself and his family, Miller launches a scathing attack on the…

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    A Raisin in the Sun portrays a few weeks in the life of the Youngers, an African-American family on the South Side of Chicago in the 1950s struggling to support themselves each and every day from paycheck to paycheck. When the play opens, the Youngers are waiting to receive an insurance check which comes from the deceased Patriarch of the Younger family, Mr. Younger’s life insurance policy. Mama and Walter have an idea as to what he or she would like to do with the money they are about to…

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    was accused of being a fraud by his enemy, he got out of control and was ready to kill him, just so he could keep his identity. For Willy Loman, when the firm he worked for fired him. He lost it. He yelled at his boss, demanding that he be kept as a salesmen in the city. Willy Loman had no idea what to do, he couldn’t keep lying to his family. For Jay Gatsby and Willy Loman, they lost control of their American Dream. Throughout The Death of A Salesman and “The Great Gatsby”, both Willy Loman…

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    Dead Peasant Insurance Policies It seems there are no easy answers regarding the issue of dead peasant insurance policies. These insurance policies are ones employers take out on their employees. When the employee dies, the employer is able to receive money from the insurance company (Kim). There are several different aspects of these insurance policies one must consider when attempting to determine if they are cause for public concern. One should think about how these policies function and whom…

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    suicide within two years, the amount of the insured amount is not paid. Moreover, the premium is only reimbursed by the insurance company. In some cases, the insurer may insert the clause for one year instead of two years. This clause prevents individuals from committing suicide. b. Grace allows policyholders to pay 31 days to pay overdue fees. The purpose of the grace period is to provide additional time for the insured to pay the extra premium. Some policies may even have a grace period of 61…

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    Mr. Bower referenced his report on slides 104-108 stating that for the 4th quarter, Direct Individual Life Premium was relatively flat compared to the prior two years. Single premium was down but in line with projections that was set for the year. The renewal premium was up 3% and continues to see good growth. He continued by stating that we did see a decrease on the Farm Bureau Insurance side of individual Life sales because we were focused on the Property & Casualty growth; however, we…

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    started flag football in 2003 and I was deployed to Iraq. Preparing myself for retirement from the Army will start a new path my family and I have yet to experience. As I prepare for retirement from the Army my first step will be to speak to professionals from the Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) now known as Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP). As a Soldier I will need to have at least 40 hours over a period of two years to take…

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    the requirements of the law of Florida. The details stated that her brother would be the estate’s personal representative. However, her efforts to prepare a legal will were not accompanied by crucial legal counsel, thus the outcome only has managed to spring up a lot of issues for her family. Reports say that the woman has left 3 minors of ages 7-11 years, but it is true that all of them would be equal beneficiaries of her whole estate along with the life insurance policy that she had in her…

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    Once you’ve experienced a stroke, it’s common to see the world through different lens. By nature, we ignore signs of our mortality, until we experience a life-threatening ordeal like a stroke. After such an ordeal, it makes sense to consider life insurance as a way to protect your family. However, after a stroke, your options for getting approved for life insurance dwindle significantly. You should AVOID applying for life insurance with every company with the goal of getting a reduced rate for…

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