Monthly Archives: October 2012

Dr. Susan Waters on Hurricane Sandy

Our thoughts are with NAIFA members and their clients in the Mid-Atlantic region, as well as everyone else affected by the devastation of Hurricane Sandy.

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5 Things Great Leaders Do

Are you a great leader? How do you know? What would your staffers say? What would your own supervisor say?

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The BRICs Story Is Not Over For Investors

American investors seeking sustained growth in their portfolios should follow in the footsteps of Starbucks and continue to look to the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China), says Nigel Green, the chief executive of the deVere Group, an independent financial advisory group.

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How Men and Women Think of Retirement

Although they face the prospect of living more years in retirement than men, women nearing retirement underestimate how much they will need to pay for their future health care costs even more so than men nearing retirement, according to a Nationwide Financial survey.

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Business Is Improving but Owners Have No Plans to Spend

American business owners are optimistic about the health of their businesses but lack confidence in the economy, according to new research from Principal Financial Well Being Index: Business Owners.

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In Step with a Winner: John Enright

In the six years since John Enright won Advisor Today’s Four Under Forty Award, a lot of good things have happened to him. His firm’s revenue has increased significantly and he has welcomed a new member to his family.

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Members-Only Webinar: The Affordable Care Act – Next Steps

Join NAIFA staff members Diane Boyle, Vice President, Federal Government Relations and Matt Solak, Program Manager Government Relations for the latest developments on the Affordable Care Act and its impact on you and your clients since the Supreme Court ruling.

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Classically Trained

Top Producers Know This: Character, Persistence and a Great Sense of Humor Never Go Out of Style

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