Pressure on U.S. Households Deepens
More consumers think they can handle a $2,000 shock, but they have little padding left.
Why Producers Let Clients Miss Out on Life Settlement Opportunities
U.S. consumers appear to be hundreds of times more likely to let a policy lapse than to sell it.
Embrace Your Inner Hero
Many people are jaded about their jobs, their government and their futures — but you don't have to be one of them.
Dollar Hoarding Is a Big Year-End Risk for Markets
One question is what will happen to efforts to raise the U.S. debt ceiling.
China's Move to Limit Risk Misses the Problem With Bonds
Beijing regulators are tired of bailing out failed 'wealth management' products.
Tis the Season ... to Look
This may be a good time of year to think about goals, cherished memories -- and ADLs.
10 Things Friends Need to Know Before They Do Business
Building a relationship is one thing. Building a relationship that leads to sales is something else.
Turkey Time: 4 Year-End Review Strategies
If you're selling Medicare policies, you're booked up. If not, here's something else to think about.
China Turns to Dumb Money for Its Financial Industry
Here’s what top executives at some big insurers might be thinking about.
4 Things to Tell Older Clients About Their Life Insurance
The author contends that some clients would be better off without their policies.