Awards and Reviews

Insurance Made Easy:

“Insurance Made Easy” – An Agent’s Review of Tony Steuer’s New Book by Chris Huntley

Questions and Answers on Life Insurance:

The Questions and Answers on Life Insurance Workbook: 2012 Excellence In Financial Literacy Education (EIFLE) Award , (Institute for Financial Literacy)

Questions and Answers on Life Insurance: The Life Insurance Toolbook: 2011 Excellence In Financial Literacy Education (EIFLE) Award, (Institute for Financial Literacy)

 

Editor’s Choice Award, (iUniverse Publishing-2006)

Book of the Day, (Insurance Newscast-June 14, 2005)

Notable Achievement Award, Business Category, (Writer’s Notes/Eric Hoffer (2006) )

Forbes.com review:
“Tony Steuer’s book appeared on my desk two months ago and I have already found myself perusing it several times. This is a useful reference guide to life insurance and annuities. Steuer does a fantastic job of explaining complex topics in straightforward language.” (Forbes.com: Nine Great Investment Books Worth Reading)

Kirkus Discovery Review
“This easy to use life insurance guide book…will help readers make informed decisions about what kind of life insurance to purchase and how to monitor their holdings to avoid any nasty surprises down the road. Read in its entirety, the book provides a deep immersion course…But it’s also helpful in addressing the quandary of the moment, from something as basic as whether or not to buy term or permanent insurance to the material knowledge that can be gleaned from insurance regulatory information reports. Steuer lays out pros and cons, demonstrates how you can use mathematical calculations to arrive at a plan that best suits you, brings needs analysis into play and tenders an array of quick facts that help put issues into perspective…the information is solid”

🔥Bear in mind I am not an insurance agent, which means 2 things: I haven’t gone through the training to become a licensed agent, nor am I trying to sell you anything. 📚So, with that said, this book might help you if you have life ins. or want to buy some. (I also have no vested interest in anyone buying or not buying this book.) It’s called Questions and Answers on Life Insurance by Tony Steuer. 📝My experience with life ins. is: I learned the only decent kind for my mom’s needs is Term Life. (She asked me to look into it for her a couple years back.) 💰Many of the unnecessary commissions and fees don’t go to the insurance company or its agents, as much as they do with all the other kinds of life ins. such as whole, variable, “universal”, and all the other kinds, making term life much cheaper while it pretty much does the same thing. 💸Of course, none of her agents told her this, and she ended up buying an “investment” in variable life and paying through the nose for years. 🤔I share the opinion that life insurance shouldn’t be viewed as an investment- it should be viewed as exactly what it is – insurance. 🚫I hope this helps someone cut their life insurance costs or better understand it before buying. • • #goals #weightlossjourney #weightloss #debtfreejourney #debt #debtfreecommunity #debtfree #debtfreedom #debtslave #debtsucks #fatbastard #fat #diet #finance #creditcard #creditcards #creditcardsarethedevil #getittogether #getitdone #lifeinsurance #insurance #insuranceagent #tonysteuer

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