For Life Insurance 'Quick and Easy' Message Sounds Good but May Backfire
For most of us, "quick and easy" is the way we like to do business.
Recruiting and Promoting Women in Financial Service Industry Makes Good Business Sense
There’s a reason financial services companies are encouraging more women to join their ranks: it’s good business.
Message to Pre-retirees: Plan for Competing Financial Goals
Late boomers and pre-retirees have said that saving for retirement is their top objective even when there are many other competing financial goals.
Product and Fees are Important, but Service is the Differentiator
LIMRA and EY recently did a study that shows more than one third of the time an advisor stops placing business with a carrier the reason is service related.
Individual Life Ownership Trends – 2019 Canadian Life Insurance Ownership Study
This report provides a detailed look at the type of individual life insurance products owned by Canadian households, and provides trends in market penetration rates for term and permanent products.
Bad drivers pay more for car insurance but do they know it also affects the price of life insurance?
During this Fourth of July holiday weekend AAA the automotive and travel association estimates that 41.9 million people will travel at least 50 miles from home with 85 percent of them going by car.
In Asia, Good Help is Hard to Come By
For financial services executives, in the United States and around the world, there’s no shortage of concerns.