Protect Your Business

“NAIFA has an excellent rapport and name recognition with legislators”

John Connell emailed me after the meeting to thank me for stopping by and specifically mentioned wanting us to contact Shaughnessy with any issues NAIFA wished to discuss. Another result from my conversations was learning John R. Hammond, IV (Deputy Chief of Staff for Marlin Stutzman), is very interested in learning more about the estate planning industry...

Read More »

LIFE Lessons Scholarship Program: Call for Applications

The LIFE Foundation is now accepting submissions for its LIFE Lessons Scholarship Program, which recognizes the character and perseverance that young people have shown following the loss of a parent or guardian.

Read More »

New Jersey Senate and Assembly Honors NAIFA-NJ

NAIFA-New Jersey has been recognized by the New Jersey Senate and Assembly with a resolution in recognition of its outstanding efforts in the development of legislation that requires insurance producers to notify the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance of any disciplinary actions take by non-governmental regulatory authorities.

Read More »

NAIFA weighs in on new bill to address MLR rule

“The bill would allow consumers to have access to that very much needed advice and counsel that they receive from health insurance agents,’ Ms. Boyle told Employee Benefit Adviser.

Read More »

How Consumers Use Online Services

In a recent study of life insurance policy owners, LIMRA found that one in two consumers have visited their life insurer’s website. Read on to find out what they look for once they get there.

Read More »

Household Wealth Segment Shifts in the U.S.

A new report shows that personal savings continue to hit highs. Top destinations for investor savings are treasury securities, mutual fund shares and bank deposits.

Read More »

Americans Focus on Waistlines Instead of Wallets in New Year Resolutions

The main reason for leaving financial planning out of resolutions was the respondents’ belief that they “don’t make enough to worry about it” (35 percent), according to a survey by Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America.

Read More »

Compensation Trends for 2012

Workers can expect modest pay raises averaging 2.8 percent next year, compared to 2.7 percent in 2011 and 2.9 percent in 2010, according to a survey by Buck Consultants.

Read More »