Review a brief examination of life insurance trends from 2018 to the present.
The ’90s are making a comeback, even in the realm of life insurance. Take a closer look at how market trends resemble those from decades ago.
We zeroed in on the riders available on life insurance. The most prevalent are chronic illness riders. Not much attention has been given to how widely benefit amounts can vary or what the actual cost to accelerate is (at the time of claim). Read on to see what we found.
What is the background of 7702 and 7702A and why was the change made? Learn more here.
We turned our attention to the actual effects of AG49-A on the IUL market. How much impact did illustrations actually experience? Take a look.
While the low interest rate environment and COVID clearly affected 2020, the year was also packed with other major themes for our industry, like PBR/2017 CSO tables and AG49-A.
Most companies have “the core four” dividend options on their participating WL products. We decided to investigate the different dividend options in the participating whole life market.
Most life insurance products offer some form of living benefit riders. These riders can either be built into the policy or made available as an add-on. Look at some options here.
COVID-19 presented the life insurance industry with unique challenges. Hear from our partners about the innovation, technologies and efficiencies that were created to keep our industry going.
Guaranteed variable universal life (GVUL) has been in the market for some time now, and these products are certainly worth another look, especially given increased partner interest and feedback on the topic.