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Eye Doctors Feel Demonized By Medicare Pay List

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Recently released pay data suggests some eye doctors made millions of dollars from Medicare, but doctors say they’re being unfairly flogged for a system they can’t control.

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Medicare Millionaires Revealed By The Thousands

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Medicare paid nearly 4,000 doctors and medical professionals more than $1 million apiece in 2012, including seven who received more than $10 million.

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Life Settlements Can Fund Long-Term Care

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Life insurance policy settlements are a viable strategy for advisor clients who lack long-term care insurance, according to a life settlement industry executive.

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AIG Lagging Behind Book Value Means Work to Be Done, Miller Says

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AIG must do more to win over Wall Street, even after rallying 51 percent in the past two years, Chairman Steve Miller told shareholders.

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Finra Alleges Annuity Scheme By Two Ex-MetLife Brokers

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Two former brokers for MetLife Securities Inc. allegedly engaged in a seven-year scheme to inflate commissions by having customers switch $21 million in annuities, says Finra in a complaint.

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The Rise Of The Robo Advisors

by Eric Rasmussen

Are online advisory platforms like Bill Harris’ Personal Capital a friend or foe to flesh-and-blood advisors?

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The Value Of Life Insurance As An Asset

by Jordan Smith

One of the more challenging aspects of advising clients about life insurance is helping them to recognize that a policy is an asset rather than an expense.

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Iowa’s Friendlier Watchdogs Lead Insurer Pack To Des Moines

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The ability of insurers to choose the most favorable of 50 state watchdogs has caught the attention of U.S officials, who say the oversight system needs more consistency.

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LTC Insurance For Women Will Cost More

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Women may end up paying more for long-term-care insurance than men, one executive predicts.

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Axa Fined $20 Million By N.Y. Regulator For Annuity Changes

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Axa SA’s U.S. unit was fined $20 million by a New York regulator for making changes to a retirement product without fully informing the watchdog.

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