Archive Monthly Archives: August 2014

135 Not as Guaranteed as You Might Think

There seems to be an eternal debate that persists regarding whole life insurance and universal life insurance. Agents, insurance companies and some consumers that sit on either site of the argument will

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134 Fees Are Better than Commissions

I'm sure that the title of today's financial procast will cause some of you to wonder if we've just completely lost it. Well, there's certainly an argument for that, however, we just figured that we would

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133 The Two Retirement Income Planning Methods

Retirement income planning is indeed one of those topics that we've discussed on a few different occasions or probably more than just a few actually. But it's one of those topics that has a great deal

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132 You’re Standard and That’s a Good Thing

Today we are talking about a very important aspect of insurance underwriting. So as everyone quits listening at that point…no seriously hang in there to the very end and we'll reveal something super

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131 Stock Market Crash Ahead? Who Cares?

Didn't we just talk about the Dow broke 17,000 for the first time? Yes we did. Since then the average has fallen and come back just a bit. As of this very moment, its sitting at 16,651. But honestly do

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130 And the Definition of Fee-Only is…

The CFP board is struggling with how it wants to define “Fee Only” financial planning. It's a bit of a quandary–and that is how do we define this term? What is fee only? Who has the right

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129 Leave the Annuities Alone

There is a worrying trend that we are seeing in the financial services industry recently. That trend involves selling indexed universal life insurance to people that have previously purchased fixed indexed

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128 Buy More Stocks!

Are millennials making a big mistake by not investing enough of their retirement funds in stocks? Well, someone over at the Motley Fool seems to think so and today we're going to tell you what we think

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