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A forecast is always helpful. It helps us prepare for events that can severely impact our lives. That’s why millions of us look to The Weather Channel when there is a storm coming. We want to know the facts. We want to know what is headed our way so
I love the Fall. Of all of the seasons, it is definitely my favorite (and the reason why I will likely never move out of the Northeast). On a fun note, and as a huge sports fan, for me fall brings us into Playoff Baseball, Football
When I first started in the business, I worked for The Prudential as a District Agent. As “the new kid on the block,” the old time agents in the office would tell me that I would never understand this business until I delivered my first death claim. Fast forward
We all deal with objections on a daily basis. That just goes with the territory. When dealing with advisors, one objection that comes up most often is hearing from clients that as they get older, the need for life insurance goes away. That is the farthest
By: Mark D. Milbrod, CLU, CLTCVice President, ASG Very often, annuities get some bad press. One firm in particular even went as far to proclaim that they “HATE” annuities. That’s unfortunate because they really don’t tell the entire story. June is Annuity Awareness Month so in the spirit of
When I think of the clients that we serve, this quote from Vince Lombardi comes to mind and is so powerful. The journey to the top of the mountain for someone’s financial security is not easy. It takes a lot of hard work and planning to reach that peak.
As we approach this year’s tax deadline (everyone’s favorite day), our clients have been preparing their tax documents and will be filing their 2022 Tax Returns. And as American as apple pie, our favorite Uncle has his hand out for his piece of it. Tax season is
Every so often, we come across something that can change how we look at things. For me, I received and e-mail that contained an article about a 43 year old father of three that tragically died due to injuries he sustained in a motor vehicle accident. The
One of the first things that comes to mind when February rolls around is Valentine’s Day. Hearts are everywhere and of course, they symbolize Love. As I am writing this post, I am on an airplane on the way home from a conference that I just attended. I
As we ring in the new year, it gives us an opportunity to look back and reflect on the prior year and also gives us a chance to peer into the new year with a sense of optimism for what lies ahead and also to put things in perspective. When
By: Jay Scheiner, CEO, Agent Support Group The insured (donor) may make the loved one , who may be the beneficiary of the policy, or in some circumstances, they may become the policyowner as well as beneficiary. Keep in mind, there must always be an “insurable interest” between the insured and
By: Jay Scheiner JD CLU, Executive Vice President, Agent Support Group Be honest now – if you knew your client will be living to age 100 – would there be any need for him/her to purchase life insurance? And how about your own life; imagine that absent a car
By: Sam Kaufman, President, Agent Support Group Inflation is all over the news as the Federal Reserve increases key interest rates in an effort to retard its rapid acceleration. While retailers appear to be the first to notice changes in buyer’s habits as indicated by Walmart in their most
Recently, there were several articles published regarding what a financial services client execs and receives from his or her advisor. In more reading and investigating I came upon some very interesting and disturbing facts.
By: Jay Scheiner JD CLU, Executive Vice President, Agent Support Group “Does life insurance pay off if a person kills himself?” That was the call I gotfrom a client—an old friend. I knew he had $5M of life insurance because Isold it to him; his CPA, a mutual friend,
Sam Kaufman, President, Agent Support Group. As an aside, this past Friday I was asked to participate on a conference call with a group of lawyers and there advisor. The Partners had “Buy-Sell” insurance in place where the firm owned the policy and the beneficiary was split between the firm
Gary Bleetstein, Senior Vice President, Agent Support Group - I have been in our business for over 35 years, and yes, the many changes have been extraordinary and I cannot express enough how important Policy Review, Best Practices and Best Interests go hand and hand in today’s marketplace.
What If? My father passed away seven years ago after Alzheimer’s slowly stole his mind and then his body. He was 93 and I miss him every day. Among other wonderful gifts my dad gave me, my mom and siblings, was a thick file called
Sam Kaufman, President, Agent Support Group It’s a new year and hopefully we can put some of our concerns of 2021 behind us and look
Gary Bleetstein Senior Vice President As we are now in the new year 2022, there is much to be appreciated as well as much to put behind