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What is the difference between each of the following?
The Happy Life Insurance Company is a stock insurer licensed in a large western state. Its loss reserves are estimated at $9.5 million and its unearned premium reserves at $1.7 million. Other liabilities are valued at $1.3 million. It is a mono-line insurer that has been operating in the state for over twenty years.
Read the box Note 8.35 "Insurance and Your Privacy—Who Knows?" in this chapter and respond to the following questions in addition to the questions that are in the box.