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Passing the Series 6 Exam qualifies an individual to function as an agent of a broker dealer and allows the limited representative to transact business in mutual funds (closed-end funds on the initial offering only), unit investment trusts, variable annuities, and variable life insurance products. In addition to passing the Series 6 Exam, an agent may be required to pass a state life insurance exam to transact business in variable contracts.
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