Life Happens creates and coordinates the Insure Your Love campaign each year because the basic motivation behind the purchase of life insurance is love. People want to protect their loved ones, and one of the best ways to do that financially is with life insurance.
You can sell life insurance and annuities — or you can commit to helping your clients manage risk.
One company is adding IUL products. The other is introducing two new term life policies.
Persistence is one great virtue. Listening is another.
Some of the oldest first-time claimants are over 100.
The Society of Actuaries takes a look at who is most vulnerable to a financial shock.
A new CDC report shows that the supply of adult day services slots has doubled.
The idea of retirement as a "fixed point in time" long ago fell by the wayside, according to RBC Wealth Management.
This is the insurance community's problem, too.
Edward Jones teamed up with Life Happens to look at why so many Americans go bare
Sometimes, prospects say they might want to buy later. What then?
Many clients still buy life insurance the traditional way. Here are ideas about how to make that work better.
Some insureds are getting plenty of value for what they spent on the premiums.
One change is the addition of a new indexed universal life policy.
Some days, it's great to be able to offer products that can provide guarantees.
One IUL policy rider could provide an LTC benefits pool linked to the performance of an investment index.
Here's a look at what attracted the eyeballs.
Want your prospects to act? Then maybe you should act.
Most haven't considered that the payout can cover expenses like estate taxes and education costs, researchers found.
Here are 7 questions to ask to avoid life underwriting nightmares.
The policy comes with a built-in no-lapse guarantee.
Longevity matters. So does sequence-of-returns risk.
A reinsurance company executive addresses what he sees as lingering producer skepticism toward life- LTC hybrids.
The "Mad Scrambler," now a serial entrepreneur, also tells ThinkAdvisor that seniors can benefit from fixed indexed...
Here are ways to help clients understand what this tool can do to get the retirement ball down the field.
The product is aimed at households with annual income from $50,000 to $250,000.
Reinsurance company executives talk about strategies for making products more inclusive.
Dai-ichi Life is making the $1.2 billion deal through its U.S.-based Protective Life unit.
You know that whole life can do everything but open jars. Your clients may not know that.
The new regulation should help insurance agents get a new 20% business income deduction.