Funding college without wrecking retirement: How one advisor helps clients pass this scariest of...

It’s no surprise that many parents are unprepared financially to help their children pay the ever-escalating cost of attending college. The College Board reports that...

Advice on Grief: Approaching Clients After a Loss

Though death is something that all individuals must cope with at some point in their lives, the etiquette surrounding it is not always clear. ...

Why don’t life insurance advisors go after Foreign National prospects?

Everyone in the life insurance business knows there are attractive opportunities in the Foreign Nationals market. But it isn’t just the size of this...

10 Questions: MDRT President Brian Heckert

Brian D. Heckert, CLU, ChFC, officially became the 90th president of the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) on Sept. 1. Heckert, a highly decorated...

Milestone development: Prudential and ÆQUALIS join to make life insurance available to people living...

HIV, which causes AIDS, still has no cure. But with the right treatment, the virus can be prevented from developing into AIDS, improving both...

Life Insurance industry’s patient capital a driver of economic growth and stability

More ammunition this week about the greater good for society being done by the life insurance industry came in the form of a new...

Maximizing the potential of the $12 trillion underinsured U.S. life market

The U.S. life insurance market opportunity is very large and growing. LIMRA research now estimates the sales potential of the underinsured market at $12...

MDRT appoints Pittman as its 92nd President; New York Life continues to dominate U.S....

The Million Dollar Round Table recently introduced James D. Pittman, CLU, CFP, as its President, and a review of newly updated membership figures show NYL agents make up more than 1 in 4 U.S. members.

Record growth dominates virtually every category in July MIB Life Index

U.S. life insurance activity soars in July, led by applicants younger than 44.

True implications of new tax law has many Americans at a loss

New MDRT study finds 4 in 10 Americans mistakenly think it impacts this year’s tax returns; Good news is more consumers likely to consult an advisor for guidance in tax planning.