Archive for May, 2012


Prudential Joins the Indexed Universal Life World

Indexed Universal Life has hit the financial world in a big way over the past decade.  It’s been loved by many agents and clients, and loathed by stock brokers and insurance companies that didn’t have a product.  FINRA has attempted a power grab by making indexed products subject to securities regulation, and lost the fight […]

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Disability Insurance Definition of Disability…It can’t be that Important, can it?

I remember when I was studying for my insurance license and I came across the disability insurance section.  I was sitting in my sales manager’s office going through items and I commented that own-occupation was obviously far superior to any-occupation.  Little did I know my little intuitive observation lay at the core of disability insurance comparison. […]

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The Magic of Pension Maximization Revealed

We know that you’ve been waiting with baited breath for us to write an exhaustive explanation of pension maximization.  Well, you asked for it and we made it so.  Begin post(novella): So you’ve been slaving away for the past 30 years at your post and now that day is in plain sight.  What day is […]

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May is Disability Insurance Awareness Month

It’s May, which means it’s DIAM, or Disability Insurance Awareness Month, the one time of year that a very crucial financial insurance tool that goes grossly overlooked by many finally gets a little bit of play.  We’ve not spent much time talking about disability insurance here on the Insurance Pro Blog, and that’s due in […]

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When the New York Times Says Mean Things About Whole Life Insurance…

This week the New York times ran a piece on their web site that took a little knock at Whole Life Insurance.  So, when a writer at the NY Times takes a shot at whole life insurance like so many financial wannabes have in the past, what do you suppose its readers do in response? […]

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