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Nichole Morford
Here's why half of financial executives say Google or Amazon could change the way we buy life insurance
Article posted by Nichole Morford
Will a tech giant start selling life insurance? Probably. And it might just be a good thing.

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Roccy Defrancesco
Florida Supreme Court goes after the unauthorized practice of law
Article posted by Roccy DeFrancesco
Many insurance agents and financial planners offer to draft living trusts where they not only give advice for a fee on what a client should do, but they actually draft the documents just as though they were attorneys. While there are a few states that allow this, most states frown upon it; and now Florida has specifically outlawed it.

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Harry Kierbow
5 reasons your practice needs to be on Facebook and how to get started
Article posted by Harry Kierbow
With over 1.35 billion active members (that’s billion, with a "B"), Facebook is the biggest party on the block. It saw an 80 percent increase in users over the age of 55 from 2011-2014. Want more? Here are more five facts that will convince you of the business value of Facebook.

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Daniel Williams
Kim O’Brien retires from NAFA
Article posted by Daniel Williams
The champion of fixed annuities steps down after holding the position of president and CEO of the organization since 2004.

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kstartt
Make an annuity date with real estate right now
Article posted by Kevin Startt
Most agents who sell indexed life and annuity products remain non-securities licensed, so it is natural for the agent to gravitate towards the comforting confines of the three major crediting methods: monthly point-to-point, monthly averaging and annual point-to-point. The earliest civilizations understood the need for diversification. In addition, they understood the importance of real estate in the process. It is no surprise then that agents would begin to think about alternative indices, like real estate.

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