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Unintentional injuries are the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. Now your clients can protect their families for as little as $0.83 a day.
CMS published new guidelines regarding termination and reporting of agents who are not appropriately licensed to sell Medicare Advantage and Part D plans.
Aetna announced earlier this week an agreement to buy Genworth Financial’s Medicare Supplement business, which is underwritten by Continental Life.
Indexed Universal Life sales in first quarter 2011 were up 42% over the same period last year, according to AnnuitySpecs.com’s Indexed Sales & Market Report.
Sales of indexed annuities were only up a disappointing 1% in the first quarter of 2011, according to LIMRA.
Insurance agents are among the biggest adopters of the iPad for business use.
On May 1, Mutual of Omaha's Guaranteed Universal Life product line became Guaranteed Universal Life Solutions.
Get statistics on Boomers' attitudes on everything from retirement to annuities to their advisors.
You can never have enough tools to promote your Medicare Supplement business!
New patent-pending software helps married couples maximize their Social Security benefit.
Results of a National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) survey on minimum medical loss ration (MLR) requirements and agent commissions.
The death of Osama bin Laden put the world on high alert for possible reprisal attacks and, as a result, caused a lot of travelers to cancel vacation plans.
AdvancedApp is now available on all North American (NACOLAH) products for applicants ages 18-70 (any face amount).
Agents need to be aware of some of the tactics carriers use to make their commission rate look more attractive without really paying more.