Answering listener questions about insurance, including topics like whole life insurance, group universal life insurance, and umbrella insurance.
Life insurance for children is a product made to be sold, not bought. While inexpensive, there are better ways to show your kids you love them.
Whole life insurance is pitched to almost every high-income professional. Arm yourself with the facts so you don't fall prey to a decision you'll regret.
Are you an employee stuck with the high cost of an underwater universal life insurance policy? ERISA law may be your ticket out.
Infinite Banking is often hyped as a magic way to build wealth. Understand the concept behind it and realize it's not as sexy as sold.
Is whole life insurance the best way to ensure money is there for your disabled child? Not by a long shot.
Variable annuities are usually a product designed to be sold, not bought. But it is possible for the benefits of a low cost VA or IRA to outweigh the downsides. It's all about time and tax-efficiency.
3/4 of physician whole life insurance purchasers regret their decision. Why is that? Mostly because it is a product designed to be sold, not bought.
Revelations into the mindset of what it's really like to be a financial advisor for Northwestern Mutual and other firms pushing insurance you don't need.