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What is the relationship between the following functions within an insurance company?
Your acquaintance, Nancy Barns, recently commented to you that she and her husband want to reevaluate their homeowner’s insurance. Nancy said that it seemed the only time they ever had any contact with their present insurance agency was when a premium was due. Nancy asked if you knew of a good agency.
Read the box, Note 7.38 "Problem Investments and the Credit Crisis", in this chapter and respond to the following questions:
Respond to the following:
You are reading the Sunday newspaper when you notice a health insurance advertisement that offers the purchase of insurance through the mail and the first month’s coverage for one dollar. The insurance seems to be a real bargain.