Life Office


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Life Office

An insurance agency that sells life insurance predominately or exclusively.
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not only was she told she had to be inside the free speech zone, but she had to first obtain permission from the university Student Life Office to use the free speech zone.
The day might be broken up with further meetings with representatives from various Life Offices, but I'll spend the bulk of my time doing what I love most, which is dealing with clients and providing advice on personal pensions," revealed James, who clearly enjoys his job.
We received calls from as far away as Australia," Linda Brenegan, administrative assistant of the Respect Life Office, told NRL News.
Some people find that they are unable to continue payments to their policy for one reason or another and can often get a higher price by selling the endowment, rather than surrendering it to the life office.
However, at that time, some Quaker directors on the board of Friends' Provident Life Office were growing increasingly concerned about how money should be invested.
He is a Fellow of the Life Management Institute (FLMI), a member of the Life Office Management Association (LOMA) and is a licensed life and health producer in the State of Illinois.
while briefing the chairman and members of National Assembly Standing Committee on Commerce at the Committee room of the Principal State life office, said a statement issued here on Friday.
Around 450 people are employed at the former Friends Life office in Salsbury, plus 460 in Stretford and 145 at Salford Quays.
Wesleyan for Lawyers is part of Wesleyan Assurance Society, a mutual life office which has had a presence in Birmingham since 1841.
The new order, with a major life office employing about 5,000 people, is the fourth piece of new business to be secured by the Penkridge firm since the start of the 2008 financial year.
The FSA investigation comes in the middle of the season of life office bonus declarations.
An audit at the Omaha Archdiocese's Family Life Office revealed her spree included pounds 36,000 spent at casinos.