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Sandy Schussel
How to approach buyer's remorse
Article posted by Sandy Schussel
To minimize the occurrence of buyer’s remorse in the future, consider these ideas.

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Retirement >>

Steve Selengut
When is 2 percent better than 6 percent? When the DOL says it is
Article posted by Steve Selengut
The 401(k) "space," as they call it, has become a lucrative product shopping mall, totally out of touch with what should be the purpose of these "quasi"-retirement programs.

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Life >>

Paul M Mallett
Life does not end at retirement
Article posted by Paul Mallett
Advisors and agents who single-mindedly encourage clients to buy term life insurance just to get them through their working years are overlooking some pretty significant risks that still exist well into our golden years.

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Health >>

The evolution of long-term care planning
Article posted by Mike Padawer
As our country continues its seismic shift in demographics, long-term care planning has never been more important; yet, most advisors approach the topic with clients in very ineffective ways.

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Annuities >>

Matt Parke
Annuities: Choosing the right tool for the job
Article posted by Matt Parke
When it comes to your clients, helping them select the best options on a fixed indexed annuity (FIA) can make it the right tool for retirement income.

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