$1,105,518 is the amount of money the average American household would need over 20 years to replace Mom if she was no longer around. Inspire your clients with kids to make sure they're properly insured! Read more.
White Paper Highlights Generational Disconnect
As kids, we turned to mom or dad for help with virtually everything. As adults, our kids look to us just the same. When it comes to retirement planning tips, that might not necessarily be a good thing based on our survey results. In the third white paper coming out of the 2017 North American Company Baby Boomer and Generation X Retirement Study, you'll see how parents seem to be learning their lessons when it comes to retirement. It just seems that they're having trouble translating those lessons into actionable advice for the next generation. Catch up on previous installments: Look Who’s Not Talking and The Retirement Squeeze.
Differences Between Whole Life and IUL
Each day we field questions about Whole Life in relation to IUL products. This article highlights some of the key differences between both product types. These product types are not mutually exclusive - both products can be a valuable contributor to a clients financial asset portfolio. Learn more.
Consumer-Dedicated LIAM Showcase
Brand new this year: a dedicated Life Insurance Awareness page for use with consumers! It’s a product agnostic, informative solution for explaining the value of life insurance to clients. Consumer LIAM Webpage.
Tools to Help Your Clients Achieve Their Goals.
Sometimes, numbers speak louder than words. John Hancock offers a host of free tools and calculators to help people maximize their retirement potential, manage their budget, and plan for their futures. Browse these tools by clicking here.