Great new video on the Top Questions to ask when buying a Fixed Indexed Annuity by the IAL Council.
If you are a retirement specialist in the state of Washington, a recently approved bill could open up some doors for you. Earlier this week, the Washington state Senate approved a bill that would create an entirely new retirement plan for government employees. This retirement plan would have the look and feel of the 401(k) Click to Continue
If you are a retirement specialist in the state of Ohio, you may want to get your name out there, and start doing some serious marketing. The state of Ohio believes there is a shortage of insurance professionals in their state. To address the problem, the state has launched a new program, Insuring Ohio Futures, Click to Continue
Earlier this month, insurance giant Genworth Financial announced they have plans to sell their Wealth Management business. Aquiline Capital Partners and Genstar Capital have partnered up to be the sole purchaser of Genworth’s Wealth Management business for $412.5 million. The motivation behind the sell for Genworth is to increase financial flexibility. This could mean we Click to Continue
Insurance giant State Farm, may be exited the long-term care market, and doing it quietly. According to the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance, sales have stopped for State Farm in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Indiana, Nevada, and New York. Because of light policy persistency, there have been numerous other carriers cutting back on LTC Click to Continue
I have been seeing and hearing a trend lately that has caught my attention when it comes to pension plans from companies or federal employees dealing with the question or lump sum or payout. It’s a question that is intriguing and it seems to make alot of sense, but why all of the sudden is Click to Continue
Emily Brandon at U.S News and World Reports explains where and why Retirees can retire on Social Security Alone!!! West Lafayette, IN Syracuse, NY Sunland Park, NM State College, PA Murray, KY Mount Pleasant, MI Cheney, WA Boone, NC Blacksburg, VA Auburn, AL