Check out our exclusive site to find valuable resources from LifeHappens and our carriers...all in one place.
The NAIC says some antivirus products can already identify the emails as being malicious.
The increased standard deduction makes these techniques more important than ever.
Surveys show that most people want life insurance. Here's one showing why many don't buy it.
From basic claiming strategies to taxation and spousal benefits, your clients have questions — and we have answers.
Learn more about a plan that provides significant growth potential and cash flow throughout your clients’ lives.
The researchers found that stories also help consumers understand Social Security claiming strategies.
The company is updating the product to comply with new reserving regulations.
One way to talk to fewer people, but sell more, may be to talk to the right people.
Life Happens has formed a relationship with Google; and mobilized the power of Brooke Shields.
Yeah, you know this. Do you live this?
Beverly Hills advisor Matthew Celenza tells ThinkAdvisor about his insurance-focused approach, which he's rolling out.
If you're having trouble with converting prospects into buyers, maybe this will help.
When can I retire?" "Will I have enough?" Advisors told us how they answer these questions and more.
A referral isn’t automatic business, but the odds are in your favor, especially if you are prepared.
Sometimes, a little friendliness can lead to big opportunities.
The insurers that answered say they handle the life and LTC parts separately.
Here's a look at what happens when sales almost close then don't.
Many clients want to leave a legacy, not just save for a comfortable retirement.
Fifteen percent of respondents said they never saved for retirement.
Making friends from all walks of life can lead to new business — and it's fun.
The author says tracking people's changing needs can help you address those needs.
People are looking for certain traits in their agents. Use that.
Caregivers may be forced to cut back their hours or retire early, research finds.
The average caregiver for a parent or spouse provides five years of care, the GAO finds.
Make sure your clients' families get what they need when they need it.
If you can't make the clock stand still... at least you can get something going in the morning.
Maybe you just need to ask better questions; and listen to the answers.
The author looks at how migration considerations affect income planning clients in a high-tax state.
John Graham talks about the balance between being too close to the prospect... and too far.