Linton Yield

The NAIC committee on cost comparison considered and rejected
Linton Yield-the method now proposed by the FTC-primarily
because the committee believed that any system that attempted to
separate the insurance and savings elements of a life insurance
contract would create more misunderstanding than enlightenment
for consumers.  (p50)

--  Jim Martin, chairman of the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. My professional background is in marketing and I, too, represent the American Council of Life Insurance <ACLI> here today

1979 - FTC STUDY OF LIFE INSURANCE COST DISCLOSURE - Cannon - 592p