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Old 04-25-2018, 10:21 PM
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Default A&H actuary taking exams...Life or Health track?

Like the title says, Iím an ASA looking to take my first FSA Exam in the Fall. Iíve worked with guaranteed-renewable, long-tailed Accident and Health products for about 3 years. Recently, Iíve been debating whether it would be worthwhile to take the Life track exams instead of Health (i.e., if the syllabus material would be more/less familiar to my working experience ; if learning topics on the Health/Life Exam syllabus would be more/less useful on the job)

Obviously much of the Health track material Iíve seen on the job, but Iíve also had projects working with GAAP/Stat and DAC/DAC tax in pricing, which seems relevant down the Life track. Just wondering if anybody has any strong opinions one way or the other about which FSA track to go down.

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