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These Insurers Could Suffer If Waning Covid Hurts Whole Life Sales

Aug 10, 2022

In recent months, many insurers have seen a drop in policy sales due to waning numbers of COVID-19 cases; however, Steve Parrish of the American College Center for Retirement Income says whole life insurance could be propped up by factors including rising interest rates.

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Black Financial Professionals Push for Equity, Trust, Wealth

Aug 09, 2022

The College’s 2022 Conference of African American Financial Professionals (CAAFP) was held this year in Washington, DC, in a triumphant homecoming to in-person events and with the mission to Empower Our Legacy.

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Retirees, Make the Most of a Roth's Back Door

Jul 26, 2022

While new regulations on IRAs limit who can contribute to them and how much, a backdoor loophole allows some wealthier investors to still earn tax-free income.

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Insights on Advisors’ Perceptions of Success

Jul 22, 2022

The American College Center for Women in Financial Services found in a July 2022 study that, among many other things, financial advisors’ success in the industry today depends heavily upon their own personal definitions of that success–and the differences between men and women are especially tell

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The Best Annuities for Income and Growth

Jul 22, 2022

Annuities continue to surge in popularity this year as many use them to guarantee lifelong streams of income in retirement. RICP® Program Director Wade Pfau says if you or your clients go this route, you may need to be careful about the type you choose.

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Does An Annuity Belong in a 401(k)?

Jul 22, 2022

Under the SECURE Act, Congress has encouraged companies phasing out employee pension plans to replace them with annuities–but should you or your clients take them? RICP® Program Director Wade Pfau says if you do, using group pricing might be a wise choice.

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