life insurance trends

Life Insurance Trends In 2018

As the world changes and consumers become heavily digitized, there remains a noticeable gap between consumers and education about all things finance, especially life insurance. The more companies work to meet the demands of consumers and provide better access to information, the less people will be left in the dark, policy-less. For now, lets look […]

Do You Have An Old Line Life Insurance Policy?

If you’re looking for information about your current in force policy, you have to contact American General customer service at: 800-231-3655. Old Line Life Insurance started in the early 1900’s.  In March of 2003 they merged with American General. We’ve run into several consumers lately who have term life insurance policies with Old Line Life […]

Cavalcade of Risk #210

Bonjour!  This Cavalcade is coming to you all the way across the pond from France.  Have we had an international Cavalcade yet? Also, they say the 3rd times a charm right?  This is my 3rd time hosting the Cavalcade of Risk (round-up of risk and insurance related articles from bloggers), so lets see what we’ve […]

Cavalcade of Risk #200

Wow.  This is the 200th edition of the Cavalcade of Risk.  Can’t believe this thing has been running strong since 2006.  Cheers to another 200 editions! What a great community and I’m happy to host this edition’s round up of risk related articles: Julie Ferguson from Workers Comp Insider Article: Studies Show the High Risks […]

Cavalcade of Risk #182

Less than 2 weeks ago, I had plans to drive from Austin to Dallas for a family function – but when I woke up that morning for the drive, I had no idea that the “drive through” town with those amazing Kolaches would have an explosion that would kill 14 people and be a national […]

What Hartford Life Insurance Exit Means To Policy Owners

Hartford Life announced today that they will no longer sell life insurance and only concentrate on their property and casualty operations, group benefits and mutual fund business.  According to reports, this decision is linked to the economic downturn when it was caught with variable annuities  and variable life insurance contracts that offered guarantees to investors […]