Derek R. Lawson, MS
Sonas Financial Group, Inc.Kansas State University
Sarah D. Asebedo, MS, CFP®
Martin C. Seay, PhD, CFP®
Kansas State University
Property and casualty insurance planning is critical for clients, as it is relevant to many different client assets and situations. For example, property and casualty insurance is necessary if a client owns a car, rents or owns a home, owns a small business, is involved on a professional board, or simply needs personal liability protection. Consequently, property and casualty insurance concepts are firmly rooted in General Financial Planning Principles, with their overall content domain in Risk Management and Insurance Planning. Additionally, given its application to small business owners, an understanding of personal liability associated with business entities, a subcomponent of Tax Planning, is required.
Property and casualty insurance is a vital component of almost any client’s financial plan. Planners must analyze client situations to identify areas of potential risk related to the property clients own and the personal and professional activities in which they, and their family members, take part. Although it is only a component of a comprehensive risk management strategy, property and casualty insurance covers a wide array of topics. ...