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Dan McGrath
Why are companies selling life insurance in Walmart?
Article posted by Dan McGrath
It is absolutely mind-blowing that an entire industry that sells the solution to the biggest problem people will face in retirement —a problem the federal government reminds us of on a daily basis — would rather hang out in WalMart than actually help their own clients protect themselves properly for their financial future, while selling the very same products they own. The life insurance industry would rather go broke than sell people the solution to this health funding mess.

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Dr. Jack Singer
How life events can affect the insurance professional’s stress
Article posted by Dr. Jack Singer
Any and all changes that take place in your life — moving to a new house, the death of a close relative, developing a chronic illness, even taking a vacation — all require psychological adjustments. And the more changes that are required, the more stress results from those demands.

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Tony Walker
The 7 costly mistakes your clients make with their money, Pt. 7: Buying into the anti-annuity hype
Article posted by Tony Walker
While annuities have been around for a long time, there is nevertheless a ton of misinformation about them. Here are misconceptions one through five. Misconceptions six through 10 will be covered in part two of this article.

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Tye Elliott
Which voluntary insurance platform is right for your business — group coverage or individual plans?
Article posted by Tye Elliott
Sometimes it’s smarter for your clients to make group insurance available to their workforce, while at other times it’s best for them to provide individual coverage options. When it comes to voluntary coverage, both group and individual plans have distinct advantages and your clients have the option of providing workers with access to one or the other, or even both.

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kstartt
An exit plan for the running of the bulls?
Article posted by Kevin Startt
A couple of weeks ago, I read that one of the instructors at the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain had been pinned and gored. It made me wonder, with the lack of boredom in the markets this summer in capital markets across the world, if we might be headed for the goredom of a volatile autumn.

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