An employer providing one-on-one financial counseling to employees is not so different from the old adage: Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. Today, one-quarter of companies offer this service to employees and more than half of companies offer one-on-one investment advice, according to a survey by the Society for Human Resource Management. Sometimes, employers grow tired of watching their employees make financial choices likely to have bad consequences.
But, Lloyd Lofton contends, people do want other things.
Life insurance has a history.
Nicolopoulos served for five years as the president of a New Hampshire agent group.
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