Monthly Archives: October 2013

Planning for Long-Term Care

Genworth’s 2013 Beyond Dollars: A Way Forward study, highlights the fact that adequately planning for long-term care can potentially save money and reduce the stress that is faced by caregivers. In fact, families could save nearly $11,000 annually if long-term-care plans were made earlier.   The study, which surveyed a total of 1,208 caregivers and care recipients, also found that: 30% of caregivers and ...

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IS 70 Is the New 65?

At the beginning of National Save for Retirement Week, a Swiss Re survey reveals what many Americans suspect—they most likely will be working well into their Golden Years. The Risk perception survey shows that 57 percent of American workers expect to retire from work beyond the age of 65–or to never retire. Nineteen percent of U.S. respondents–more than any other ...

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LTCI Industry Expected To Pay Billions in Claims by 2032

The nation's long-term-care insurance companies are expected to pay $15 billion annually to policyholders a decade from now and more than twice that amount in 2032, when today's 60-year olds reach their 80s.

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Confused and Unprepared

A large number of American workers remain unaware, confused and unprepared for looming changes to their benefits coverage.

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NAIFA members support consumer financial literacy campaign

NAIFA serves as a “Mission Partner” publicly supporting the national “Choose to Save” program, a public education and outreach program dedicated to raising awareness about the need to plan and save for long-term personal financial security. “At the heart of NAIFA’s code of ethics is a commitment ‘to help clients protect their assets and establish financial security, independence and economic ...

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NAIFA 2013: Government Relations Workshop

The NAIFA Government Relations team’s workshop at NAIFA’s Career Conference focused on the importance of building relationships with legislators. Advisors are experts when it comes to building relationships with clients. They can use many of the same communication and relationship-building techniques when interacting with Congress. Typically, members of Congress have knowledge across a broad range of subjects, but they rely ...

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Taking Your Multiline Agency to the Next Level

How do you take your practice to the next level? Everything starts and ends with teamwork. During an educational workshop on Monday, attendees received some helful hints on enhancing their multiline practice from Kenneth Quach, CLU, ChFC, CASL, a producer with State farm. Quach has been an MDRT, Chairman’scircle and Lone Star Leader, as wll a an Ambassador Travel awardee ...

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