Advisor Today Blog

NAIFA: The Voice of the Independent Advisor

At NAILBA 31,  IMOs and BGAs experienced why NAIFA continues to be “The Voice of the Independent Advisor.” See how NAIFA helps independents protect their business, grow their business, and make more money.

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Few Americans Own LTC Insurance

According to recent research from the LIFE Foundation and LIMRA, paying for long-term care services is a top financial concern for the majority of consumers today; yet, few of them say that they own long-term-care insurance, the very product that can provide them with a financial safety net to help pay for their care.

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Call for Entries for 2013 realLIFEstories Program

This annual program seeks to gather and publicize compelling stories of the role insurance has played in helping families and businesses in times of great financial need. Insurance agents can send in their success stories about disability income or long-term-care insurance. Four winning stories, chosen by an independent panel of judges, will be featured nationally in the fall of 2013.

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NAIFA Statement on the Election

"With a NAIFA member in every congressional district, NAIFA stands ready to build new relationships and strengthen existing connections in order to establish a basic level of understanding among all members of Congress about the value of insurance protection and financial planning."

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November is Long-Term Care Insurance Awareness Month

Seven out of 10 people aged 65 and over will require long-term care at some point during their lives, and more than 40 percent will need care in a nursing home, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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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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