The HIPAA Security Rule and Cloud Computing
You probably know this stuff. If not, you'd better learn it.
5 Tax Bill Conference Report Sections for Agents to Watch
The life insurance provisions in H.R. 1 could cost insurers about $22 billion over 10 years.
This Tax Bill Is a Trillion-Dollar Blunder
A billionaire says typical corporations now have plenty of cash, anyway.
9 Details That Could Be Signs of Life Insurance Fraud
Fraud doesn't take a holiday. If anything, it might get worse this time of year.
The Herd vs. the Country Club: Which Mentality Is Right for You?
The need to follow the crowd and the desire for exclusivity are both powerful motivators you can use to your advantage.
5 Things a Benefits Red Tape Wrangler Sees Now
Kim Buckey of DirectPath wishes she knew more about that big tax bill.
'Impaired Lives' May Be Hot: RGA
Some of the world's life and health underwriters are looking beyond young, healthy applicants.
5 Peeks Inside Unum, for Agents
Executives talk about stop-loss goals, and the effects of adding dental and vision to disability sales.
How Do Fiduciary Ties Affect When Clients Can Sue?
California judges found that a statute of limitations period began while the plaintiffs were still the advisors' clients.
Right-Sizing the Power of Republican Insurgents
'This is like losing an election where the electorate consists of your mother.'