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Family First Life 6h
Check out what you missed last week on Advanced Market LIVE. Get in the mindset of an annuity buyer & know the right questions to ask! Check out this re-cap. Don't miss AMS LIVE this week on Thursday 7/25 at 11 AM.
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Crown Financial 17h
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B Snyder Insurance Jul 15
You only have 3 options for a guaranteed lifetime income: Social Security, pensions, and an . NO OTHER investment can promise that you will never run out of money. Doesn't it make sense to look at your options? Call Me.
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DMI Marketing Jul 16
“We know it’s important for advisors to stay up-to-date on innovative products. We also know most advisors don’t have the time to do that which is whyDMI has developed this video training series to help keep our advisors on the cutting edge.” Damon La Tanzi, VP – Sales
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bullshitguru 17h
hahahahaha. Bastards. Haha. S about whokeepsthemoney. Evenpayoutphase,firstabit later later alotmore
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Team James at Financial Independence Group Jul 16
2019 FIG Sales Symposium is coming up September 23-25 in New Orleans, LA. Perfect opportunity to experience first-hand what separates from our competition. Leading programs and systems around Contact us for details!
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IALC Jul 15
| Nearly 80% of Americans say lifetime income is their #1 retirement need. Watch our new video to discover how the guaranteed income of a fixed indexed provides the security you want for a healthy retirement:
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Paul Doran Jul 17
People who are concerned about overspending early on in should really consider getting an immediate !
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FederalNatlFunding Jul 20
Personal loan use for the following purposes: 1. To Consolidate High-Interest Debt 2. For a Home Renovation or Large Purchases 3. For Financial Emergencies 4. Just About Anything Else
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Team James at Financial Independence Group Jul 18
Registering people for our biggest event of the year! 2019 Sales Symposium down in New Orleans. Top producers, industry panels, and sales ideas, elite keynote speakers. Come see what separates FIG from the rest of our competition. Contact me for details!
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IALC Jul 14
A new poll from found nearly 1 in 4 Americans don’t plan to retire. A fixed indexed (FIA) may be the answer:
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TNBC Jul 21
can be powerful tools... if you use them the right way.
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Michelle Marie Horst Jul 16
If you have a deferred , this means it will pay out some time in the future - after at least a year. This gives time for to compound the amount actually deposited.
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Sander Hauglustaine Jul 21
Replying to @SHauglee
2 solutions possible: 1) Sum of the discounted cash flows: V = SUM( i : 1 --> t)[C x DF(r, i)] 2) More , it is an cash flow (or the difference between two , starting from year 1 and t+1): V = (C / r) x [1 - DF(r, t)] Where DF(r, t) = 1/(1+r)^t
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Catalina Jul 17
At Catalina Structured Funding, we never charge our customers any fees when it comes to selling their structured settlement payments for a lump sum. You will receive the exact amount we quote you at the time of funding - Not a penny less.
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Milliman, Inc. Jul 18
This survey of 28 companies, representing 94% of the single premium immediate (SPIA) industry, captures company perspectives on a range of SPIA issues and future products.
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RegEd 15h
California Threatens With N.Y. Standard
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Market Synergy Group Jul 18
According to new data, retirees with regular income from a or are much less likely to outspend it than those without such income. Use our limited-distribution solutions to offer clients top payouts in many scenarios.
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IALC Jul 16
We want you to be for retirement. Start by reading up about a fixed indexed , how it works & ultimately, how it can help you diversify:
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Brian S. Graf Jul 21
Terrible or wonderful; Could a variable annuity be right for you?
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