Annuities Planning

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Tackling Longevity Risk

by Mary Rowland

Wouldn't it be nice if we could use 401(k) money to buy annuities with pretax dollars?

Let's Make A Deal

by Mary Rowland

Many readers told me my April column was off. I'll keep trying if you keep complaining.

Living Long, Living Well

by Tracey Longo

Retirees' fears of outliving their money propel longevity insurance and annuities.

Something To Live With?

by Jay Kabad

Advisors should carefully examine the guaranteed withdrawal benefits of some annuities.

ADVISOR EMPORIUM

Two Firms Target Fee-Only Advisors Phoenix Companies Inc...

The Changing Face Of 401(k) Plans

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Choices multiply in defined-contribution plans.

ADVISOR EMPORIUM

Pershing Offers New Analytical Tools Pershing LLC has launched a program through which its fixed-income specialists will help investment...

Sixty Is The New Forty

by Tracey Longo

Financial advisor symposium attendees hear how to restructure practices for retiring boomers.

FRONTLINE NEWS

Congress Grills "Senior" Advisor Designations Members of the Senate Special Committee on Aging grilled the financial services industry on...

ADVISOR EMPORIUM

Capital Analysts Relocating To Cincinnati Capital Analysts Inc...

A New Life For Insurance

by Mary Rowland

A movement seeks to make life insurance and annuities understandable and transparent. Lower premiums are good, too.

Learning To Live With Annuities

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Many planners hate them, but they may be attractive for clients with longer lives.

Annuities Anew

by Raymond Fazzi

No-load variable annuities begin to attract interest among fee-based advisors.

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