By Josh Feldman I greatly disagree with the concept that you control your own destiny. Sure, there are plenty of
By John P. Tierney
I retired from active practice last year after more than 40 years.
By Mark Shemtob
In an effort to enhance their income in retirement, retirees are required to make some important decisions when creating their personal financial plans.
By Eric P. Harding
I have an admission that may lose me some credibility among my esteemed readers—I like to gamble.
Editor’s note: Welcome to Contingencies’ new department, “International Corner.” This first series will present thoughts and findings from the Health
By James A. Palmier
There was over $20.8 trillion of life insurance in force in the United States in 2015 (American Council of Life Insurers, 2016).
Insurance as Experience: A New Paradigm—Atomization of traditional offerings is allowing an unprecedented level of personalization
By Srivathsan Karanai Margan
The insurance industry has traditionally revolved around a company-centered business model in which products and intermediaries had a bigger role.
Professionalism in Action—Shiny, New … and Professional: Professionalism and New and Emerging Practice Areas
By Bob Beuerlein
We recently observed the 10th anniversary of the introduction of the iPhone.
By Kurt J. Wrobel
We truly live in the information age. We have access to much more information than at any other time in human history—whether it takes the form of videos, pictures, emails, text, or just raw data.