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What Financial Professionals Should Know About Shared Limits vs. Individual Limits

What Financial Professionals Should Know About Shared Limits vs. Individual Limits When it comes to your Errors and Omissions Liability Insurance, small policy details—such as shared limits versus individual limits—can make a huge difference. Consider the following: a corner bakery you visit every day runs out of your favorite pastry just before you reach the [...]

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By | October 22nd, 2019|Life Agents|0 Comments

Why Today’s Financial Professionals Need Errors and Omissions Liability Insurance

Why Today's Financial Professionals Need Errors and Omissions Liability Insurance While all investments involve risk for the investors, a considerable risk also exists for the financial professionals who provide services to those investors. Even if you are extremely diligent in the exercise of your duties and enjoy great relationships with your clients today, you could [...]

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By | September 19th, 2019|Insurance Information, Life Agents|0 Comments

New York Introduces Best Interest Standard for Annuity Sales

New York Introduces Best Interest Standard for Annuity Sales Individual states continue to introduce their own rulings, following the SEC Regulation Best Interest ruling. The new requirements under Regulation Best Interest and the disclosure requirements on broker-dealers and investment advisors will take effect on September 10, 2019. As of August 1, New York financial professionals have [...]

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By | August 22nd, 2019|Industry Information, Life Agents|0 Comments

Fiduciary Rule and Its Effect on Financial Professionals—Part IV: Individual State Rulings

Fiduciary Rule and Its Effect on Financial Professionals—Part IV: Individual State Rulings A fiduciary rule proposed by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) in 2010, has left the industry in flux ever since. With the goal of protecting consumers from conflicting financial advice, the rule has been in debate since 2016. It has been phased [...]

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By | August 13th, 2019|Industry Information, Life Agents, RIA|0 Comments

Fiduciary Rule and Its Effect on Financial Professionals—Part III: What to Do as a Financial Professional

Fiduciary Rule and Its Effect on Financial Professionals—Part III: What to Do as a Financial Professional A fiduciary rule proposed by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) in 2010, has left the industry in flux ever since. With the goal of protecting consumers from conflicting financial advice, the rule has been in debate since 2016. [...]

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By | July 19th, 2019|Industry Information, Life Agents, RIA|0 Comments

Fiduciary Rule and Its Effect on Financial Professionals—Part II: Where It Stands Today

Fiduciary Rule and Its Effect on Financial Professionals—Part II: Where It Stands Today A fiduciary rule proposed by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) in 2010, has left the industry in flux ever since. With the goal of protecting consumers from conflicting financial advice, the rule has been in debate since 2016. It has been [...]

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By | June 7th, 2019|Industry Information, Life Agents, RIA|0 Comments

Fiduciary Rule and Its Effect on Financial Professionals—Part I: Origins

Fiduciary Rule and Its Effect on Financial Professionals—Part I: Origins A fiduciary rule proposed by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) in 2010, has left the industry in flux ever since. With the goal of protecting consumers from conflicting financial advice, the rule has been in debate since 2016. It has been phased in, withdrawn, [...]

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By | May 2nd, 2019|Life Agents, RIA|0 Comments