With the worst of the Crisis apparently over, Fed watchers are wondering about Chairman Bernanke's exit strategy from a low interest rate environment.
Annuity manufacturers and distributors went eyeball-to-eyeball at the Insured Retirement Institute's marketing conference in New York this week, where medical economist J.D. Kleinke (pictured here) was a featured speaker. Photo by IRI.
Lawsuits filed in Rhode Island, New York and Illinois shed light on the sinister, multi-million-dollar strategy of using the dying as fronts to exploit variable annuity loopholes.
What's the best way for a 62-year-old man to say “I love you” to his wife? By waiting to claim Social Security benefits until he reaches full retirement age or later. Here's our third article in a series on retirement risks.
As of March 2, the responses to the Obama administration's request for input on lifetime options in 401(k) plans tended to be angry but well-reasoned.
The Department of Labor proposes a subtle change in 401(k) advice regulations that may have huge repercussions for fund companies.
The Vanguard Group's data suggests that annualized real returns will most likely be 6% for stocks and zero to 2% for bonds over the next 10 years.
Prudential Annuities, MetLife, Jackson National Life and Sun Life Financial found a silver lining last year.
The sale of Hong Kong-based AIA, would help repay some of the $180 billion that AIG owes to the U.S. government.
Only 14% of those surveyed said they were very familiar with income products and only three percent said they were very interested in such products.
Beacon Research has released its fixed annuity sales rankings for fourth quarter 2009.