LISA

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LISALarge Installation System Administration (Conference)
LISALibrary and Information Science Abstracts
LISALaser Interferometer Space Antenna
LISALocalization Industry Standards Association
LISALow-Input Sustainable Agriculture (USDA)
LISALife Insurance Settlement Association (Orlando, FL)
LISALogitech International, SA (Switzerland)
LISALarge Installation Systems Administration
LISALine Share Automation
LISALinux Installation and System Administration
LISALocalisation Industry Standards Association
LISALan Information Server Administration
LISALocal Integrated Software Architecture
LISALibrary and Information Services in Astronomy
LISALife Science Austria
LISALove Is So Amazing (song)
LISALaboratoire Interuniversitaire des Systèmes Atmospheriques (French)
LISALan Information Server
LISALocal Integrated Software Architecture (Apple Lisa computer)
LISALaboratoire d'Ingénierie des Systèmes Automatisés (France)
LISALong Island Staylace Association
LISALCA In Sustainable Architecture
LISALinux Installation & System Administration
LISAList of Inquiries and Substantive Answers
LISALower Island Soccer Association
LISALiquid Information Speaking Assistant
LISALost in Space Australia (fan club)
LISALife Science Systems and Applications (Workshop)
LISALInear Synthetic Aperture (high-resolution radar)
LISALisp Intelligent Software Agents
LISALaboratoire d'Informatique des Systèmes Adaptatifs
LISALegal Information Standards Action (Network)
LISALondon International Schools Association (UK)
LISALost In Space Again
LISALittle Scholars of Arkansas (North Little Rock, AR)
LISALong Island Soaring Association (aviation)
LISALivestock Information System of Alberta (Canada)
LISALocal Indicator for Spatial Autocorrelation
LISALost in Space Algorithm (StarNav I star tracker experiment)
LISALanguage Impairment Simulation Architecture
LISALand Information System Architecture
LISALook Inside Always (retail)
LISALab for Image & Signal Analysis
LISALaboratoire Image, Signal et Acoustique
LISALocal Industry Standards Association (Chicago, IL)
LISASeaman Apprentice, Lithographer Striker (Naval Rating)
LISALeusch Insurance Services Agency, Inc.
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The Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA) says in a TCJA analysis that TCJA Section 13521 should help policyholders sell their policies, by eliminating the need for them to get cost-of-insurance charge information.
American seniors own roughly 38 million life insurance policies with a total "face value" of more than $3 trillion, according to the Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA).
Bayston is president and CEO of the Life Insurance Settlement Association.
US-based Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA), a trade organization of the life insurance secondary market, has selected a new board member.
Rejecting the pleadings of the American Council of Life Insurers, the court held that an insured taking out a policy on his or her own life cannot violate insurable interest laws merely because he or she intends to someday sell his or her policy, stating that 'The insured's subjective intent for procuring a life insurance policy is not the relevant inquiry,'" according to Darwin Bayston, executive director of the Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA), Orlando, Fla.
Sources at the Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA) see this as both a challenge and an opportunity.
While those organizations focused on the STOLI protections in the bill the Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA) released a statement which said "We are happy New York State is joining the ranks of states that are regulated with laws based on the National Conference of Insurance Legislator's model" LISA also appeared pleased with the lesser two year prohibition against selling policies from the date of issuance instead of the five year prohibition contained in the NAIC model.
Consumers are, in these difficult times, frequently faced with significant challenges in planning," says Doug Head, executive director of the Life Insurance Settlement Association.
The buyer of the policy gives your client a lump-sum cash payment, takes over all future premiums on the policy and then receives the death benefit when your client passes away -- a transaction that enables your client to obtain roughly five to seven times the amount of the policy's cash surrender value, according to the Life Insurance Settlement Association.
18-20: The 21st Annual Life Settlement and Compliance Conference, Life Insurance Settlement Association, Clearwater, Fla.
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