Halloween is coming, which means the scary movie binges have commenced. Talking about the characters in scary movies may help you communicate with your clients about the value of life insurance. More>>
Guest contributor Carma McCallie, JD, is vice president, advanced sales, at Crump Life Insurance Services.
Change is inevitable. Our clients’ lives are constantly changing, and as their financial professionals, we recognize that their financial needs and goals also change. By regularly reviewing their portfolios, we help to ensure that their asset mix matches where they currently are in life and where they plan to go. However, one vital component of their overall plan often gets overlooked in that review process — and that component is insurance. More>>
Life insurance coverage allows policyholders to take care of their loved ones financially after they pass away. Just as home and auto insurance provides peace of mind, life insurance allows policyholders to rest knowing that their beneficiaries will be more financially secure after their death. At times, life insurance policyholders may be interested in switching to a new insurance provider, potentially for a different type of policy or coverage amount. More>>
Guest contributor Mike Rusk, senior vice president, internal sales, financial institutions channel at Crump Life Insurance Services.
June is Pride Month for the LGBTQ+ community. This year, I took time to be more reflective than in years past and thought about what Pride truly means to me. I am proud of the people who came before me who were brave enough to stand up against the injustices and inequities between the LGBTQ+ and heterosexual communities.
As a professional working in financial services, I also take pride in being part of an evolving industry, particularly a company that recognizes the value of diversity, equity, and inclusion across many aspects of our business. More>>
Fidelity Research identifies significant gap: Americans will need seven times more than they expect to pay for health care costs in retirement. More>>
In the next few months, a new class of medical students will graduate and enter into their residency or fellowship programs.
As they prepare for the beginning of their careers, many establish relationships with a financial advisor to protect the investment of time and money they have made in their education that should eventually reward them with long and lucrative careers.
One way you can help your medical resident clients solidify their financial plan is by offering income protection through individual disability insurance. More>>