1. Questions and Answers on Life Insurance: The Life Insurance Tool Book, by Tony Steuer
This book covers both the basics and the more advanced principles involved in life insurance. The book includes advice on pitfalls to avoid, keeping a policy in force, and company evaluations. It was written by a life insurance professional with years of experience.
2. Tools and Techniques of Life Insurance Planning, by Stephen Leimberg, J.R. Doyle, and Robert J.
This book talks about methods for determining one's life insurance needs. It includes charts, checklists, and case studies on applying sales methods and identifying the impact of new regulations on existing insurance models. Now in its 4th edition, this book covers a variety of topics, from life settlements to insurable interest to buy-sell agreements and charitable planning.
3. Confessions of a CPA: Why What I Was Taught To Be True Has Turned Out Not To Be, by Bryan Bloom
Bloom’s book is a compilation of eight commonly-held financial truths that are accepted as components of a sound financial plan. Bloom dismantles them within, and discusses the way that relying on accepted truths impacts one’s financial future.