5 Ways the New ACA Rules Will Change Health Insurance Sales
The regulations might not add much stability to your work day.
The Game Theory of Overbooking Flights
Delta said it could increase the incentives for “voluntary denied boarding.” But what if insights from game theory inform passengers’ reactions?
What Are Gift Tax Issues With Annuities?
Tax Facts experts answer: What constitutes a gift of an annuity and What constitutes a gift of a premium?
Yes, Short-Term Care Insurance is a Benefit to Own
The author wants regulators in all states to warm up to the products.
NAIC Tees Up on Annuity Suitability Models
A former state insurance regulator says states are in the best position to handle this particular ball.
Set Up to Fail: Bosses Create Problem Employees More Often Than You Think
I can’t tell you how many times an owner-advisor client has come to me about an employee who is “not working out.”
Do Too Many Rules Really Lead to Bad Advice?
Regular readers will probably not be surprised that I have a few problems with Don Trone’s take on United Airlines and the “Fiduciary Paradox.”
Maybe We're All United Airlines
Odds are high that we, collectively, have overbooked the world's retirement benefits plane.
Trump's Health Care Obsession Will End in Tax Reform Tears
Even for many companies involved with health care, tax laws may matter more than the ACA.
Help Clients Avoid the Double-Edged Risk of Waiting
A marketer talks about how to offer linked-benefit LTC products to younger clients.