FP 223

Risk Management and Insurance Planning

3 Unit(s)

Explores personal risk analysis and insurance planning in the context of personal financial planning. Topics include career issues; contractual and agency legal issues; insurance distribution systems (including Internet); evaluating insurers; personal risk assessment; risk strategies; alternative risk transfer approaches; life insurance programming and product analysis; key-person insurance; business continuation applications; life insurance use in income and estate tax planning; applicability of other insurance products (e.g., health, disability, general liability, property and casualty); HMOs, group insurance plans; workers compensation; relevant aspects of social security; negligence issues; errors and omissions policies; and professional ethics. Satisfies part of the educational requirements to sit for the CFP® examination.* Corequisite(s): FP 220 or consent of the department.