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State rules on insurance affiliation complicate fee-only status for some CFPs.
Treasury allows longevity annuities in retirement plans
The Treasury Department announces a rule that will allow retirement plan participants access to deferred-income annuities, also known as longevity insurance.
In divorce, retirement is at risk
Splitting a retirement plan in divorce often means tax problems. While matrimonial attorneys usually assist in the division of assets, 401(k)s, IRAs and other retirement plans require special handling since eventual distributions generally will be taxable. Unlike most other assets, retirement funds
Early filers regret Social Security claiming decisions
Nearly 40% of retirees who claimed Social Security benefits before full retirement age now regret their decision, according to a new survey released Wednesday.Retirees can claim Social Security benefits as early as 62, but their benefits are permanently reduced by 25% compared to waiting until
Morningstar-HelloWallet deal ups the ante for financial wellness services
Viewing workers' retirement savings in the context of their full financial picture may be the next frontier for retirement plan services.
IRI to provide health care cost tool to members
Tool will enable IRI member firms to project how much retirees will spend on health care.
Account opening is No. 1 tech concern: Survey
Beacon finds 'client onboarding' has replaced social-media archiving as brokers' biggest technology challenge.
Higher rates can blunt long-term-care errors, Genworth CEO says
The largest seller of long-term-care coverage is counting on periodic rate increases of 2% to 4% to maintain profit targets.
Have the courage to talk about LTC
It's a tough discussion that's not going away. It's only going to get tougher.
Dynasty branches out to the insurance side
New offering opens up access to insurance brokerages offering annuities, disability, long-term care.
Long-term care planning requires turning focus away from health
To make long-term-care planning palatable to clients, advisers need to break through clients' false sense of invulnerability first. Clients get defensive when talking about the possibility that they one day may become incapable of caring for themselves. That emotion applies to both primary earners
Retirement Income Summit 2013 Are clients saving too much money for retirement health care?
Cadillac coverage may not be a good fit for those with specific quality-of-life wishes
Retirement Income Summit 2013 Mary Beth Franklin: Home schooling long-term care
Dr. Carolyn McClanahan, both a medical doctor and CFP, admits she is a minimalist when it comes to seeking medical care. And when it comes to long-term care, she has a unique vision of how and where she would like to receive assistance as she ages. Rather than an expensive nursing home or assisted
SEC halts trading in embattled LTCI seller
Penn Treaty's last financial statement filed in 2008; policyholders in limbo
How advisers can help clients deal with Alzheimer's
The inability to manage money is one of the earliest indications that a client may have Alzheimer's disease
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