Insurers Exit N.Y.; Trump Turns Up Heat On Fed

Insurers are unsure how to prepare for some of New York’s best-interest regulations, while Trump pushes for lower rates.

October 2019 |  Read Article

Dem Hopefuls Fine-Tune Health Care Ideas As 2020 Draws Closer

Democratic candidates are fine-tuning their plans for the future of heath care.

September 2019 |  Read Article

Is Congress Set To Unlock A Bulging Annuity Market?

Congress looks at a retirement security package that could boost annuity sales, while Medicare for All heats up the Democratic Presidential race.

August 2019 |  Read Article

Laws, Regulation Target Insurance Products

There’s no such thing as summer vacation from laws and regulations that affect the insurance industry.

July 2019 |  Read Article

States Taking The Lead On Financial Regs, LTCi

Nevada is one state moving forward on financial advice rules while Washington state approved a long-term care benefit for its residents.

June 2019 |  Read Article

What To Say When Clients Die

Amy Florian explains how to comfort those who are grieving instead of repeating the same empty phrases everyone else says to them.

May 2019 |  Read Article

Is Another Indexed Universal Life Illustration Fight Pending?

Three years after AG 49 hit the scene, regulators are taking a new look at IUL illustrations.

May 2019 |  Read Article

Health Brokers Gearing Up For Fight Over Medicare For All

As the single-payer movement gathers steam, the health insurance industry gets ready to push back.

April 2019 |  Read Article

State Regulators Driving The (Best Interest) Train

The fiduciary battleground is moving to the states as more of them eye best-interest regulations.

March 2019 |  Read Article

State-run Retirement Plans Can Be ‘Complementary’ To Private Sector

Researchers say advisors don’t have to fear the rising number of state-run plans.

February 2019 |  Read Article

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