Can This Pension Bailout by the Government Be Avoided?
The Center for Retirement Research estimates that about 35% of multiemployer retirement plans will exhaust their assets over the next 30 years.
Criminal Hacktivity: Why You Need Cyber-Insurance
It's not a big slice of the market yet, but cyber-risk insurance is growing as more businesses realize that it's really not optional these days.
Retirement Savings Nonexistent for Third of Americans
Thirty-six percent of Americans have no retirement savings, according to Bankrate.com, including a quarter of 50- to 64-year-olds.
Advisors Ignoring Millennials: Study
Financial advisors are leaving millennials out in the cold when it comes to looking for more clients, according to a Principal Financial study.
‘Robin Hood’ of Fees Takes Aim at 401(k)s
Clients worried about hidden fees in retirement accounts might want to investigate FeeX, a service that helps users understand what they're paying.
Americans Feeling Grim About Their Financial Future
Don’t tell working Americans they’re in the midst of an economic recovery. A Harris poll found some gloomy results.
Millennials Saving for Retirement but Failing to Plan
Among millennials who have had a go at figuring out how much they’ll need to retire, 52% had “guessed.”
Wet Suit: Insurers Seek Damages From Towns Over Climate Change
Farmers Insurance has filed nine class action lawsuits against dozens of municipalities around Chicago, and everyone from local governments to other insurers has taken notice.
Critical Care: The Far-Reaching Effects of Medical Identity Theft
The words “identity theft” conjure up a pretty frightening picture. However, medical identity theft can not only threaten your clients’ financial well-being, but their lives as well.
Dead to Rights: Insurers Struggle to Award Beneficiaries
When insurance agents were personally acquainted with their customers, it was fairly simple to be sure death benefits were paid. Now, not so much.