Archive Monthly Archives: March 2015

Gallup: Over 50% of Investors could Sell Stocks if Interest Rates Rise

Gallup recently released data from a survey of over 1,000 U.S. investors where findings reported more than half of polled investors have not ruled out the possibility of moving out of stocks if interest

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Indexed Universal Life Insurance Crediting Debate Update

The debate over regulating indexed universal life insurance interest rate assumptions looks to be nearing an end and as the dust settles it appears as though the whole life insurance coalition won.

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162 I do, I do, I do, I do

You're probably wondering, “what's with the crazy title?” Well, one of us getting married in a few months and is getting quite the education on weddings and I say “miscellaneous”

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161 You Can Be Objective and Still Be Wrong

Sometimes after we record the Financial Procast I realize that though we've discussed three or four separate topics with no apparent connection, a common thread emerges that ties them all together. Today's

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Whole Life Insurance Guaranteed Cash Value Gaffe: A Financial Planner gets it very wrong

Normally we are fine with leaving minor mistakes people make regarding various financial products alone—long time readers of this blog know we’ve sure made our fair share of editing booboos among the

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160 Are You Ducking Crazy?

Despite it being a bit of a slow week in the world of financial news, we managed to find a few nuggets that hopefully you'll find interesting. Today we are talking about President Obama's proposed budget

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