Insurance Pros Need An Ethical Compass

Ethical statements, in any form, are excellent references and guidelines for day-to-day living and decision-making. They provide a moral foundation on which to build personal and professional lives.

Individuals often face situations where an "ethical compass" would come in handy. To help in those situations, the Society of Financial Service Professionals suggests using "The Six-Question Guideline For Ethical Decision Making." These six questions are found in the 1996 book "The Responsible Manager," written by Mike Rion:

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