PPACA and the Supreme Court on Twitter (slideshow)
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Editor's pick: PPACA: 4 inconvenient truths
No matter what the Supreme Court decides, President Obama’s signature law may cost him the election for four reasons, according to a recent article by Politico’s health care editor, David Nather. Broken promises While the president has told Americans that if they like their current health care plan, they can keep it, a CBO report says otherwise. Three million to 5 million people could...
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rubenrojas: …that Disneyland propably would not have been possible without Life Insurance? It’s true. In 1953, Walt Disney gathered money from many sources, including borrowing from the cash value in his Life Insurance policy, to fund his first theme park. Just another reason why Life Insurance is such a…
The latest in the Glenn Neasham annuity trial
Editor’s note: This page is dedicated to keeping you abreast of what’s happening in the Glenn Neasham case and its implications for the industry. A variety of industry experts have contributed articles and blogs to ProducersWEB, which I have compiled on this page. I have also included links to helpful outside sources. The page will be updated consistently. Overview: A 12-person...
An interview with Rodney Ballance on earning client trust as a financial advisor.
Selling annuities to the elderly: appropriate or...
The site heated up at the end of last week when contributor Roccy Defrancesco posted an op-ed about a case where an agent was found guilty of felony theft for selling an annuity to an 83-year-old woman. Roccy sympathized with the agent saying the case saddened him and that “the story simply speaks to the unprofessionalism of the attorney who decided to prosecute this case. It makes all attorneys...