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New proposal announced March 1 would give DOL, Trump Administration time to work on rescinding or revising the controversial rule before its original April 10 compliance date.
Protecting and expanding retirement security access is goal of IRI’s just-released 2017 advocacy blueprintThe Insured Retirement Institute released its 2017 Retirement Security Blueprint Monday, which will be used to engage Congress and the Trump Administration in a dialogue advocating policies to help Americans achieve a secure and dignified retirement.
New study says people trust insurance brokers and financial advisors least with their personal data; 1 in 4 think their personal data will be compromised this year, and nearly half of Americans expect New York’s proposed cybersecurity regulation to impact the rest of the country.
Half of those without a plan believe it’s not necessary according to new Nationwide Financial Small Business Survey, while younger owners seem to have a better grasp of succession plan importance.
Underinsured group life owners, $100,000+ households and couples age 45 or older with no children have been identified as three key segments that provide great opportunity for life insurance agents to help them obtain proper levels of coverage.
New survey shows small business owners are highly optimistic about 2017 – much more than the general public – with plans to hire, grow, and minimize taxes. This shift in attitude means a renewed interest in financial planning, with 55% saying they plan to engage a financial professional for assistance this year.
A top female producer affiliated with Ohio National Financial Services shares some of her best practices for building strong, lasting relationships with women clients.
Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) introduced a bill on Jan. 6 seeking to delay the DOL Fiduciary Rule’s April 10 effective date by 2 years, which would give Republicans time to craft a repeal of the controversial rule.
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