15 of the Weirdest & Craziest Cases in Health Insurance Fraud
Take a look at some of the costliest, creepiest and even dangerous to the public health insurance fraud cases.
Surviving Breast Cancer: 3 Ways to Reorganize Your Finances
The burden of the extra costs that cancer survivors face after treatment can be mitigated by a financial advisor.
9 Creative Ways for Financial Advisors to Acquire Clients
If your client acquisition tactics have become tiring or boring, they’re probably also not working very effectively, either.
The Cost of Cancer
There are more than 14.5 million cancer survivors in the U.S. Some of your clients are probably among them.
File and Suspend Creates a Social Security Insurance Policy
A Social Security loophole lets clients who have delayed retirement get benefits even after the initial deferral decision has been made. There's one caveat, however.
10 Best Cities for Jobs in Financial Services: 2014
Several cities debut on Accounting Principals’ annual list on financial services jobs.
Healthier Retirees Will Spend More on Health Care: IRI
Experts suggest that advisors need to start considering health care costs in their clients' financial portfolios due to increasing life expectancies.
FSI Offers Disability, Term Life Insurance for Members
FSI is “offering true large group long-term disability coverage that’s not available on the open market,” said CEO Dale Brown.
Don't Give Your Money Away
Chubb's new social engineering fraud endorsement protects firms from theft by deception.
When History and Finance Go Wrong
The planning fallacy is our tendency to underestimate the time, costs and risks of future actions while overestimating the benefits.