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Learn how to take unwanted RMDs to fund a life insurance policy that will help offset the income taxes beneficiaries will owe when the IRA is transferred to them.
Baby Boomers will transfer more wealth than this country has ever seen. Much of it is accumulating in tax-deferred accounts like IRAs and 401(k)s.
Developing a marketing plan will help you establish exactly who you are, who you are trying to reach and what you are trying to accomplish.
SMS has partnered with North American to introduce sales concept kits designed to help life insurance agents.
A new product with low premiums and low policy fees has joined Mutual of Omaha's life portfolio -- Children's Whole Life.
First quarter Universal Life (UL) insurance sales rose 14% from the same period a year ago, according to LIMRA.
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.
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.
On May 1, Mutual of Omaha's Guaranteed Universal Life product line became Guaranteed Universal Life Solutions.
AdvancedApp is now available on all North American (NACOLAH) products for applicants ages 18-70 (any face amount).
The NACOLAH Chronic Illness Accelerated Benefits Rider lets the policy owner accelerate some of the death benefit when a doctor certifies them chronically ill.
North American (NACOLAH) announced a number of enhancements for the fifth generation of its ADDvantage term life product, which became available March 14, 2011.
While other carriers were reporting decreases in their life business in 2010, United of Omaha had triple-digit gains!
To help you with large life cases, Mutual of Omaha has assembled a dedicated team of advanced markets experts, underwriters and case managers.
Indexed Universal Life saw the biggest gain of any life insurance product in 2010, growing 47% according to LIMRA’s U.S. Individual Life Insurance Sales Survey.