What will history say about 2019 in terms of financial regulation and health care reform? We break down a year that is the end of one era and the beginning of another.
Insurance technology’s long road to an Uber-like experience.
How brokers can reduce the cost of their clients’ health insurance by taking on the cost of health care itself.
Business in the age of tighter regulations and wider demographics.
Advisors describe the best advice they ever received and how it inspires them in their practices and their lives.
It takes a team to rescue athletes from themselves
Agent commissions have been squeezed for the past decade as regulatory pressures bear down on the industry. We look at where things stand and assess the outlook for the commission-based compensation system going forward.
How longevity is changing the role of insurance agents and financial advisors.
The answer is dividing the insurance industry into two camps.
Emphasizing the long term and the big picture could get more consumers retirement-ready.
The steady growth of self-directed retirement accounts, combined with the rollback of the Department of Labor fiduciary rule, has IRA rollovers thriving once again.
Annuities are going gangbusters but sellers are facing shifting regulation and more demanding clients.
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