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In response to “A Real Life ‘What Would You Do?’”

Richard wrote:

“Actually, legally, a career agent has a fiduciary duty to the company, not his client. How’s that for a conundrum? Also many companies’ prohibitions go beyond compensation. They tell producers that any sort of involvement (help) could make them liable beyond their E & O — even just a mere referral. No matter how you view this, many insurers are not acting in a consumer-friendly manner. Their position: your agent can help you into a policy but not out of one.”

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In response to “Obama Shifts on Contraceptives”

Steve K wrote:

“The article title implies a shift, but in reality there is no change. If the insurers still have to cover contraceptives and abortive drugs, then the employer will still cover the cost in the long run. But for the uninformed, Obama is provided cover by misleading articles.”

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In response to “Advisor Alert: Compliance and Social Media”

Andre Borque wrote:

“It would appear that social media compliance & moderation tools are evolving from ‘nice to have’ to ‘must have’ for companies who want to preserve their online reputations.”