News and Updates

Health Care Spending: 20% of GDP by 2028

By Alex Kacik – ModernHealthCare – March 25, 2020 Health care spending is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 5.4% from 2019 to 2028, as prices are expected to increase at an average annual rate of 2.4% over that span and account for 43% of total spending...

If Seniors Can Work Longer, They Will

65 is no longer the expected age of retirement for the Medicare-eligible By the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College – March 25, 2020 A majority of adults believe there’s better than a 50/50 chance they’ll still be working full-time after age 65, a new...

How This Crisis May Change You

  By Anthony Iannarino – The Sales Blog – March 25, 2020 If you’re going to be changed by this crisis, the right place to start is by being more grateful, especially for the things we take for granted. Losing something often causes us to be more thankful for what was...

How to Maintain Your Professional Poise

By Anthony Iannarino – The Sales Blog – March 17, 2020 The problem with a crisis is that when you’re in it, it’s all-consuming, this one especially. When there’s a clear and present danger, your attention and focus naturally go to the threat as a way to protect you...

Panic Shopping For Life Insurance

The panic shopping for coronavirus planning doesn’t end with food, water and toilet paper. Some consumers are also panic shopping for life insurance. In the face of widespread fears about infections and quarantines, many Americans are getting their financial houses in...

Annuity Rankings: A New #1 in 2019

According to the newest annuity sales rankings, Jackson was the top seller of total annuities in 2019. Jackson retakes the lead position after losing it to AIG in 2018. In 2019, Jackson aimed its focus on its fixed annuity market share, propelling its overall growth...

Market May Bode Well for Fixed Annuities

Last year saw record sales for annuity products as a whole, at $241.7 billion, with Fixed Indexed Annuities selling well in the first part of the year. And an industry lobbying group predicts the annuity market may expand in short order: low interest rates that...

You Can Be Young and ‘Old School,’ Too

“Old School” works better than any other manner of professional commerce. Old School is getting to work early, setting yourself up for success and hitting the ground running. Old School is doing more than’s expected and going the extra mile; it’s keeping your word,...

More Americans Are Working Longer

The share of retirement-age Americans participating in the workforce crossed the 20% mark for the first time in 2019 – that’s double the rate of “retirees” employed in 1985 – thanks to longer life expectancies and better health care. That means more than 10.6 million...

The 2020s and Baby Boomers’ Future

Within 10 years, all of the nation’s 74 million Baby Boomers will be 65 or older. The most senior among them will be on the cusp of 85. Even sooner, by 2025, the number of seniors (65 million) is expected to surpass that of children age 13 and under (58 million) for...


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