The “sandwich generation” is a group of Americans who are caught between older and younger generations, both dependent on them for their financial well-being. Managing competing demands on financial resources can cause stress and hardship. Take a look at some startling facts and see how Lifetime Builder Elite IUL from Global Atlantic can potentially help address your clients’ concerns.
How Life Insurance Can Help Satisfy Requirements of a Divorce Decree
When a couple gets divorced, the court often requires alimony or child support payments. But what if the spouse who is responsible for the court-ordered payments dies? Learn how different types of life insurance can help satisfy the requirements of a divorce decree.
5 Steps to Help Turn Tax Time into Budget Time
Tax season can be a perfect time for your clients’ to look at how much money is coming in and use that information to build a better budget. This five-step process could help them understand how to budget better, especially during annual tax time. Learn more.
Empowering Clients to Build an Intentional Legacy
Your clients are creating their legacy every day, whether they know it or not. Make sure that they’re creating the legacy they truly want by helping them be intentional about it, and use this eKit from Prudential to show that life insurance can help empower your clients to build the legacy they want in a decisive and intentional way. Get the eKit.
Weekly Economic Outlook: More Trouble for Retailers
Retail sales surprisingly slipped by 0.1 percent in February, compared with market expectations of a 0.3 percent gain. This is the third consecutive (small) monthly decline for retailers as consumers extended their post-holiday season spending hangover. Read more in this week’s report.
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