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New research finds waning confidence in Social Security; Americans expect to work longer.
New special report's 360-degree view allows advisors to harness the benefits of Artificial Intelligence, learn from early adopters and help clients bridge the AI Divide.
The Senior Safe Act intended to empower and encourage financial professionals to report suspected cases of elder financial abuse while shielding advisors who act in good faith and with reasonable care from liability.
Former White House staffer and one of the architects of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Susan Neely, current president and CEO of the American Beverage Association and a highly decorated association executive, will take over as president and CEO of the American Council of Life Insurers this summer.
Before a client allows a life insurance policy to lapse, it’s in their best interest – and yours – to help them determine if a life settlement is the answer. Here are some key factors to consider.
Many companies have already implemented or plan to implement simplified (accelerated or automated) underwriting processes that could help free all those “stuck shoppers” who started looking for coverage but never completed the process.
LIMRA announced Monday that controversial former FBI director James Comey will deliver the keynote speech at the 2018 LIMRA Annual Conference this October in New York City.
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.
Approximately 2,000 existing agents who have been operating under the Nationwide brand may transition to an independent agency model or could stay captive under another carrier.
Baby boomers remain in large measure unprepared for retirement, having failed both to plan adequately and save enough, according to new study.