Hawaii best state for retirees in 2014, MoneyRates.com says

Despite having the highest cost of living, Hawaii is the best U.S. state for retirees in 2014 according to a new study by personal...

Whole and term life forecast: Contract in 2020, rebound in 2021, 2022

LIMRA predicts most life insurance product lines will return to pre-pandemic sales growth over the next two years.

Final Expense or nothing?

Final Expense, that most basic form of life insurance intended to cover funeral costs and other expenses associated with bereavement, attracts its share of...

2016 off to strong start for life insurance activity

BRAINTREE, Mass. — In continued expansion, application activity for U.S. individually underwritten life insurance was up 6.4% in January year-over-year, all ages combined, according...

Individual life premium improves 4% in 3Q while IUL up 18% YTD; more LIMRA...

Total individual life insurance new annualized premium improved 4% in the third quarter, according to LIMRA’s Retail Individual Life Insurance Survey. In the first nine...

Saving Mark Rosenthal

Mark Rosenthal is about to embark on the most important trip of his life – one he is confident will actually save it. After months...

Annual review of client needs only makes sense

The start of a new year is always a good time for people to review their financial situation, including their life insurance coverage. According...

Chris Orestis joins GWG Holdings as EVP of Life Insurance Secondary Markets

MINNEAPOLIS, April 19, 2017 – GWG Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: GWGH), the parent company of GWG Life, a financial services company committed to transforming the...

Life Settlements pros ‘chart the course’ toward making Americans more aware of their use...

As a new Conning study says overall market conditions point to continued growth for life settlements, industry professionals gather at the LISA’s fall conference to discuss how best to take advantage of the opportunity in front of them.

Business owners’ love of work may hinder succession planning

Nationwide draws parallel between number of business owners with no plans to retire and lack of succession plan in new study. Two in three business owners report not having one in place.