Insurers Get 180 Days of SIFI Designation Relief
The new administration moves represent a big win for the American Council of Life Insurers.
3 Lessons Prince Left Agents and Advisors
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer died one year ago today, without a will.
The Secret to Your True Potential Is Fried Chicken
One strange trick? Stop telling clients and prospects 'thank you.'
Term Sales Through Web Program Take 8 Minutes: Exec
CUNA Mutual's insurance affiliate is averaging about $50,000 in death benefits per policy.
Government Shutdown Is Logical But Not Likely
The same group of House Republicans that blocked the AHCA bill could cause trouble.
With Full Bench, SCOTUS Resumes Skepticism Toward Class Actions
Neil Gorsuch shows signs of sympathy for securities litigation defendants.
Innovation, Community and Timelessness
Your clients and prospects want you to transcend the tyranny of the clock.
Deaths of Despair Stalk Millennials in Unforgiving Job Market
The rate of premature death among people who enter the workforce with only a high school diploma is rising.
Life Settlement Opportunities for Business Life Insurance
When an owner leaves, a company may end up with a policy it no longer needs.
FGL Scraps $1.6 Billion Anbang Deal, Says Others Are Interested
One analyst says Athene might be another potential FGL buyer.