Senate Panel Approves DOL Nominee by Narrow Vote
Members voted along party lines to approve R. Alexander Acosta as Labor secretary during a private session.
Q4 Annuity Sales Fell 18.4%: IRI
Sales of fixed annuities dropped for the quarter but increased 11.1% for the year.
Out-of-Pocket Health Costs May Shock Retirees
Only 2% expect to use annuities or life insurance as the main funding source, Voya found.
Mnuchin Asked to Review Process for Too-Big-to-Fail Label
The group of lawmakers calling for a new look includes Tom Cotton and Mike Crapo.
Religious Health Systems, Facing ERISA Liability, Pin Hope on Justices
Plaintiffs are challenging church plans' exemption through class-action suits.
Life Group Blasts ‘Too Big to Fail’ Selection Process
The ACLI told Congress to change how it chooses which insurers are important.
Our Insurance Coverage Has Moved
We're adapting to strengthen the insurance and advisor communities' efforts to meet clients' needs.
Social Security payee system could fail your clients
Some of the people affected by this problem could be your disability or long-term care clients.
Commonwealth Financial Group absorbs two other MassMutual agencies
The general agency's advisors now help 95,000 clients with $6 billion assets.
Are you wasting money on customer experience?
The vast majority of customer experience improvement programs launched by insurance providers will fail, according to a recent study by Avaya.