Managing Risks with Life and Health Insurance -- CLEQ

The primary purpose of life and health insurance is to transfer the financial consequences of death, illness and accidents from an individual or family to an insurance company. Through life and health insurance, individuals and families are assured that any financial losses that occur should these risks materialize will, at least in part, be restored.   

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the many kinds of risks that life and health insurance address and explain how these policies can help manage and mitigate these risks.

The course includes the following chapters:

  • Insurance as a Risk Management Tool
  • Assessing the Impact of Death
  • Using Life Insurance to Manage the Impact of Death
  • Selecting the Appropriate Life Insurance Coverage
  • Using Insurance to Manage the Impact of Illness
  • Using Insurance to Manage Other Health Risks
  • Using Insurance to Manage the Impact of Disability
  • Using Insurance to Manage Long-Term Care Needs
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