How ‘New Frugality’ Influences Boomers’ Rising Retirement Optimism
Millennials are better positioned for retirement that Gen Xers, Allianz Life reports.
Having Children Can Ruin Your Retirement
One obstacle is the $9,400-per-year "motherhood penalty."
Identity Thieves Are Trying to Loot Annuities
Nebraska regulators have heard of break-in attempts taking place across the country.
Keith Gillies to Lead NAIFA
The advisor group is also expanding the scope of its hurricane relief fund.
Prudential's PGIM Is Said to Explore Entering ETF Marketplace
PGIM Investments may offer actively managed ETFs as well as quantitative ETFs.
Clients Like Guaranteed Lifetime Income but Not Annuities: Report
When it comes to annuities, advisors have some explaining to do, IRI and Jackson found.
New Group Lobbies DOL on Fixed Indexed Annuities’ Treatment Under Fiduciary Rule
Fixed Annuity Consumer Choice Campaign wants fixed indexed annuities taken out of BICE.
How to Get Medicaid for Nursing Home Care Without Going Broke
Even well-off people can easily go broke paying for nursing home care. But it doesn't have to be thus, Medicaid expert Gabriel Heiser tells ThinkAdvisor.
Regulators Charge SII With ‘Unethical’ Conduct Tied to REIT Sales
Advisors' commissions on the sales topped $278,000, according to Massachusetts securities regulator William Galvin.
Guggenheim's CEO Is Said to Seek Control of Insurer in Shake-Up
An unnamed source says the company could close the ETF unit sale within a month.