Maybe 2013 will be a year when both group and individual disability insurance get more attention.
This possibility came to me the other day as I was listening to a business owner acquaintance who has only a vague idea of what I write about, and isn’t too interested in hearing about the details.
He was telling me about all sorts of devious schemes he’d come up with to get the assets socked away in his employer’s defined benefit pension plan and shift them into a defined contribution plan.
That got me thinking.
Agents and brokers can, of course, get into long, drawn-out conversations about major medical insurance these days, but, really, why? What a mess.
If you’re trying to create a brochure or website for either the individual or group health insurance market, how do you write any content that won’t be out of date in three minutes?
Defined benefit pension plans are a blessing for the people who still have them, but the people who still have them have no idea what they are.