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Life Insurance Doesn’t Have to Be So Scary

By Allan Sternberg | October 25, 2016

Our research found that most people would rather talk about the “zombie apocalypse” than about life insurance. There are a few reasons why many people might view life insurance as a scary topic, but, much like the vampires in all those B-movies, these reasons don’t survive long when exposed to the warm sunshine of a new day.

Estate Planning for Blended Families

By Margaret Muldoon | October 18, 2016

I wrote a while ago about the changing composition of the American family, using characters and family relations in the TV network series Modern Family to illustrate how complex a family can be for estate planning. Today I’d like to follow up and talk more in-depth about the estate planning challenges of blended families.

We Must Explain Life Insurance in Simpler Terms

By Jeffrey Fleischman | October 11, 2016

40 percent of individual Americans do not own life insurance. And, it’s no wonder – people really don’t understand what life insurance is and what it can do for them. As an industry, our products can be complicated, and the language we use doesn’t help.

For Women, Networking is Critical for Career Success

By Susan Cooper | October 4, 2016

Whether you are a college student looking to land your dream job, a successful professional positioning yourself for that big promotion, or a career changer ready to make a major career change, there is no doubt that NETWORKING has a huge impact on your ultimate success. Unfortunately, many women are at a disadvantage.