new site about how life insurance works


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Ed Zollars, CPA

There was some difficulty in getting this posted, so I'm
posting it for Rich:

No, I'm not talking about my (boring and) informative site
about how life insurance works.

There is a new site which uses diagrams and a sort of slide
show to discuss topics like:

* Whole Life Insurance
* Universal Life Insurance
* Term Life Insurance
* Section 162, Executive Bonus Plan
* Long Term Care

--> Crown Financial Services: Consumer Information Guides
--> http://www.quote-insurance.info/

The site is not completely finished yet, but I promise it is
great.

I'll be interested to hear what the experts think. I am not
connected with Crown FS, although I have communicated with
the site's author.

-- Rich
--- Visible Policy (the boring one)
---- http://dbatitan.home.att.net/vp/
 
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Rock

Ed Zollars said:
There was some difficulty in getting this posted, so I'm
posting it for Rich:
Thank you, Ed. Let me verify that I was the Rich for whom Ed posted,
not his cousin in Des Moine.

The site http://www.quote-insurance.info is worth looking at, and I am
curious whether those in the financial planning industry feel the
same.

-- Rich
 
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cal-lester

Rock said:
Thank you, Ed. Let me verify that I was the Rich for whom Ed posted,
not his cousin in Des Moine.

The site http://www.quote-insurance.info is worth looking at, and I am
curious whether those in the financial planning industry feel the
same.

The only reason that I am responding, is due to the last sentence.

My only objection to the link was that it was offered as "INFORMATIONAL",
however, it is a "SALES TOOL" web page. I certainly have no objection
to someone making a living, it was just that I personally felt misslead
by the original post.
When I accessed it, the first thing that it did was to require that
I complete a questionaire INCLUDING my phone number.........

Let me repeat, I am NOT adverse to entrepreneurship, just felt misslead.

Cal Lester CLU
 
J

John H. Fisher

Thank you, Ed. Let me verify that I was the Rich for whom Ed posted,
not his cousin in Des Moine.

The site http://www.quote-insurance.info is worth looking at, and I am
curious whether those in the financial planning industry feel the
same.

-- Rich
Perhaps I am doing something incorrectly. When I accessed the site,
it appears that each category requires personal identification and the
field in which one is interested. Seems to be a lead finder which offers
nothing to one doing research on the topics.


"Jack" - John H. Fisher - (e-mail address removed)
Philadelphia, Pa - Atlantic City, NJ - West Wildwood, NJ
My Newsgroups & Boards at: http://members.aol.com/TaxService/index.html

Where Ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise!=:)
 
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TTRoberts

The site http://www.quote-insurance.info is worth looking at, and I am

I sure don't like divulging the required information just to get a look at it
or to see something that I may or may not like. I would NOT recommend this
site to anyone.
 
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Mig

It is just laid out oddly. This was my initial reaction, too. If you
scroll down and click on the topics, you will get the information pages.
Or, there are arrows (my browser has them as bright green on black
background) at the very bottom of the page.

Leslie Figueroa
 
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