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Insurance & Wealth Preservation

Course Code: 2610

Course Description

Estate planning is a process for the conservation and distribution of a person's property and wealth. Without a proper plan, the value of an estate can be substantially reduced. This course presents a comprehensive look at a wide range of issues to be considered in the estate preservation and planning process. Topics discussed include: * Wills and Living Trusts * Power of Attorney * Estate Tax * Gifting to Children * Charitable Giving * Asset Protection

Insurance Fraud

Course Code: 2632

Course Description

Insurance fraud is often unreported because companies do not recognize that they have been defrauded or choose not to report the crime for fear of bad publicity. Learning to identify and expose insurance fraud during the underwriting and claims process is essential for all producers and adjusters.

Insurance Law

Course Code: 2607

Course Description

This course explores relationships between the insurer, agent, and insured as created by the insurance contract. It also discusses other agency legal issues while providing a basic understanding of the principles of contract law and how they relate to insurance.

Insurance Producer Responsibilities

Course Code: 2960

Course Description

Money laundering, insurance fraud and consumer protection all require today's producer to get informed and stay informed. This course covers the major AML topics producers need to recognize cash-related scams and fraudulent claims. The keys to consumer protection will not only help producers and brokers safeguard their clients, but will also guard against being victimized at both the personal and the agency level.

Insuring Agribusiness

Course Code: 2765

Course Description

Agricultural production is inherently risky; the topic of agriculture generally, and agribusiness in particular, is vast and complex. This course provides agents with information about insuring agribusiness risks with respect to the farm itself, crops, and related exposures. Not only is farming considered one of the most dangerous occupations from a Workers' Compensation perspective, agribusiness operations have the potential to suffer losses that affect every insured within a very large geographical section of a county, state, or region of the United States.

IRAs and Insurance

Course Code: 3054

Course Description

This course is intended as an in-depth overview looking at certain individual tools used for personal retirement planning: Individual Retirement Arrangements and Individual Retirement Annuities (IRAs), Kay Bailey Hutchison Spousal IRAs and Roth IRAs. At the end of this course, you will be more informed of the specifics of each and when and how to use them in helping clients reach their retirement goals. You will also be able to compare and contrast as well as be prepared to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each type of IRA.

IRAs: Managing Uncertainty

Course Code: 2744

Course Description

This course is intended as an in-depth overview looking at certain individual tools used for personal retirement planning: Individual Retirement Arrangements and Individual Retirement Annuities (IRAs), Kay Bailey Hutchison Spousal IRAs, and Roth IRAs. At the end of this course, you will be more informed of the specifics of each and when and how to use them in helping clients reach their retirement goals. You will also be able to compare and contrast as well as be prepared to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each type of IRA.

Key Employee Life Insurance

Course Code: 2537

Course Description

Key employee life insurance is critical to the survival of a business. Most business owners would not operate their business without liability or fire insurance, but may be unaware of the risks they are taking by not insuring the lives of their key employee. This course highlights the uses of key employee life insurance, situations where it is appropriate and the ownership provisions and tax consequences.

Legal Issues in P&C Insurance

Course Code: 2679

Course Description

Insurance involves the transfer of loss exposures to an insurance pool, and the redistribution of losses among the members of the pool. This course will present a brief overview of principles and the legal issues in liability, the insurance contract, consumer protection and insurance fraud. Other issues discussed include terrorism and toxic mold contamination.

LH w/Cyber Security & Identity Theft

Course Code: 2872

Course Description

Part 1 includes topics for both Life and Health producers from riders to exclusions annuities to healthcare reform disability coverage to senior needs individual policy provisions to group policies tax considerations to retirement planning. Part 2 highlights cyber-education as the key to protecting clients, co-workers, and employers-learning to secure personal, private, and protected information from the constant threat of data breach and related risks. This section of the course explores the cyber risks and vulnerabilities that affect not only insurance professionals, but their clients as well.

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