Wells Fargo recently released their sixth annual Retirement Survey, and according to this study, women still lag in saving for retirement. The survey covered middle-class women from their mid-20s to those who are already retired and in their 60s.
In the world of long-term care insurance, it seems like a broken record when it comes to the press: let’s report what’s wrong and what’s not working, like this article from Time online. I suppose if you take a broader look, that’s what happens in all areas of life. Negative seems to sell more papers […]
So you think you’re romantic, huh? Don’t we all? But have you ever tested yourself to find out how romantic (or unromantic) you are? Probably not. But with Valentine’s Day just a few days away, it makes sense, doesn’t it, to find out what your score might be. Are you a Heartthrob? Suave? Dreamy? Or […]
One of the best things that the LIFE Foundation offers, in my opinion, is its realLIFEstories. These are not ads or commercials; they do not use actors pretending to be someone else; they don’t portray some idealized situation. Instead, realLIFEstories carefully tell often heart-wrenching stories of how people’s lives, and the lives of their families, […]
Allow me to share some reasons why I am proud to sell life insurance—and why I think it’s important that you own it. Think about what we, in the life insurance industry, do each and every day: We create money where none existed before. We create dollars for future delivery, dollars for pennies a piece. […]