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2 (Philadelphia, Pa.: United Lutheran Publishing House, 1915-1932), 261, quoted in Kerr, ed., A Compend of Luther's Theology, 12.
Calvin's Institutes: A new compend. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press.
Such premiums can be obtained from other carriers or from Best's Flitcraft Compend. The actual costs of mortality shown in Table 1 can even be used, though these rates tend to be somewhat higher than currently charged by most insurers who specialize in underwriting ART coverage.
The analysis is based on published data for the life insurers shown in Best's Flitcraft Compend (1990) issuing both universal life and annual renewable term policies.(3) The sample was narrowed to insurers that offer policies with a $100,000 minimum death benefit (see Appendix).
Galicia, "MTA: a clinical review," Compend Contin Educ Dent, vol.
Compend Contin Educ Dent 1997;18:724-6, 728-32, 734.
The decision-maker must choose among a non-random set of seven life insurance contracts, two yearly renewable term to age 75 contracts, three whole life contracts, and two universal life contracts where (1) the policy data were obtained from the 1989 edition of Best's Flitcraft Compend, and (2) insurer's financial strength is approximated by its Best's Rating which were obtained from the 1989 Best's Reports: Life and Health Edition.
The data used in the present study were collected from Best's Flitcraft Compend 1984 [2].(1) The criteria used for selection were also similar to those used by Hutchins and Quenneville (henceforth referred to as H & Q).
Compend Contin Educ Dent 2009:30 (Special Issue 1): 1-6.