5 Mistakes That Could Derail Your Clients’ Retirement
About half of U.S. adults have not even tried to estimate how much money they'll need to retire.
If You Must Invest in Commodities, Here’s How
There are ways to access the asset class without investing directly in futures.
3 Essential Steps to Getting Out of a Sales Slump
Having trouble getting the right people to buy the right annuities? You can fix that.
5 ‘One Liners’ for Asking Friends to Do Business With You
Your friends need your products. Here’s how to start the conversation.
Trump's Obamacare Death Threat Is Likely Just Bluster
Letting the individual market fall apart would be a huge political risk.
Bureaucracies Creep Into End-of-Life Decisions
Who should should get to decide what care a baby can get?
The ACA Individual Mandate Is Not Worth the Fuss
A health insurance veteran argues that, this year, especially, the mandate is mostly a mirage.
Fed Reinforces Its Aim for Normalization
The Fed could raise the benchmark rates it controls in December.
Insuring Everyone Should Be a Republican Goal
The author suggests that a tax on group health benefits could help fund subsidies.
Centennial State Sets Cybersecurity Example
Justin Kapahi, VP at External IT, is excited about new cybersecurity regulations for financial firms that were recently passed in Colorado.