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  1. The Tools & Techniques of Life Insurance Planning, 6th edition

    The Tools & Techniques of Life Insurance Planning, 6th edition

    Starting at: $175.00

    The Tools & Techniques of Life Insurance Planning, 6th Edition, a well-known title in the popular Leimberg Library series, has been extensively revised and updated.

    This fully revised edition serves as a foundation for life insurance planning and is the most comprehensive resource discussing life insurance products (the "Tools"), as well as the purposes they serve (the "Techniques").

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  2. The Tools & Techniques of Financial Planning, 11th Edition

    The Tools & Techniques of Financial Planning, 11th Edition

    Starting at: $175.00

    The Tools & Techniques of Financial Planning, 11th edition, is part of the popular Leimberg Library. It continues to provide complete coverage of the principles, processes, and practice of financial planning. This book is a must-have resource for any planner who desires a well-organized approach for explaining financial planning strategies to clients and is concerned with the suitability of the products offered.

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  3. The Tools & Techniques of Employee Benefit and Retirement Planning, 14th Edition

    The Tools & Techniques of Employee Benefit and Retirement Planning, 14th Edition

    Starting at: $175.00

    The Tools & Techniques of Employee Benefit and Retirement Planning, 14th Edition, applies the trusted "Tools and Techniques" approach to this complex area, making it simple for you to confidently guide your clients through even the most complex employee benefit and retirement planning processes.

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  4. The Advisor’s Guide to the DOL Fiduciary Rule

    The Advisor’s Guide to the DOL Fiduciary Rule

    $169.00

    In April of 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) released its final rule that greatly expands the DOL’s definition of “fiduciary” to apply to a broad range of advisors and broker-dealers who work with retirement related accounts. With many advisors currently operating under a suitability standard, broad imposition of the much stricter fiduciary standard of conduct will be a major change that will be felt by nearly the entire financial services industry. Even advisors who currently meet the fiduciary standard will face new documentation and operational requirements.

    The Advisor’s Guide to the DOL Fiduciary Rule is the premier resource guiding advisors, planners, agents, producers, attorneys and other professionals through the new requirements established by the DOL’s significant new rule. Written by one of the most highly respected legal experts in the field, this Guide delivers a powerful combination of expert explanations and legal analysis along with vital Q&As that provide reliable, direct answers to vital questions before they arise.

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  5. 2017 ERISA Facts

    2017 ERISA Facts

    $365.00

    It is readily acknowledged that the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) is one of the most complicated of federal laws.  Providing answers to more than 800 ERISA-related questions, 2017 ERISA Facts unravels those mysteries and is a must-have easy-access resource for a wide range of employee benefits professionals, including ERISA attorneys, TPAs, CPAs, and employee benefits specialists.   

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  6. 2018 Health Savings Accounts Facts

    2018 Health Savings Accounts Facts

    Starting at: $172.00

    A High Deductible Health Insurance Plan (HDHP) combined with a Health Savings Account (HSA) saves employers significant amounts of money on health insurance premiums.  This advantage, along with many tax benefits for employees, has led to an explosion in the number of Health Savings Accounts. Turn to the new 2018 Health Savings Accounts Facts to obtain vital HSA questions and answers.

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  7. 2018 ERISA Facts

    2018 ERISA Facts

    $402.00

    It is readily acknowledged that the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) is one of the most complicated of federal laws. Providing answers to more than 800 ERISA-related questions, 2018 ERISA Facts unravels those mysteries and is a must-have easy-access resource for a wide range of employee benefits professionals, including: ERISA attorneys; TPAs; CPAs; employee benefits specialists; corporate counsel; and IFEBP members.

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  8. The Advisor’s Guide to Annuities, 5th Edition

    The Advisor’s Guide to Annuities, 5th Edition

    Starting at: $135.00

    Written in plain English, the latest updated and expanded edition of The Advisor’s Guide to Annuities covers both the technical details of how various types of annuities operate, as well as the broader questions about how and when they should be used in clients’ financial plans. No other resource provides such a deep and independent-minded look at the structure, costs, benefits, and risks that come with all types of annuities.

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  9. The Tools & Techniques of Employee Benefit and Retirement Planning, 15th Edition

    The Tools & Techniques of Employee Benefit and Retirement Planning, 15th Edition

    Starting at: $175.00

    The Tools & Techniques of Employee Benefit and Retirement Planning, 15th Edition, applies the trusted “Tools & Techniques” approach to this complex area, making it simple for you to confidently guide your clients through even the most complex employee benefit and retirement planning processes.

    Written and edited by these renowned experts in the retirement planning field, The Tools & Techniques of Employee Benefit and Retirement Planning is the authoritative but easy-to-follow resource you can rely on:
           Author: Stephan R. Leimberg
           Executive Editors: John J. McFadden, and C. Frederick Reish

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  10. Small Business Coverage Specialist (SBCS)

    Small Business Coverage Specialist (SBCS)

    $559.00

    The Small Business Coverage Specialist (SBCS) designation is intended for the active insurance professional who wants to proceed at his or her own pace but who needs to know that the work they’re doing is professionally relevant—and will pay off.

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