For over a century, Dale Carnegie has been improving individual and business performance around the world. With training techniques that continue to evolve, Dale Carnegie's core principles remain true to a single vision: real transformation begins within.
By Van Mueller - CBU Partner & Trainer
Originally posted on ThinkAdvisor
Cash value life insurance is the most important financial asset available, and it will remain so for the foreseeable future.
By Van Mueller, CBU Partner & Trainer
There are two challenges that must be considered to build a successful retirement for your prospects and clients: (1) increasing longevity and (2) increasing costs.
Source: Business Insider
When it comes to early retirement, there's no discounting the importance of having enough money saved to retire early, but many early retirees will tell you the truth: money doesn't really matter once you get there.
Brandon of the blog Mad Fientist, who retired at age 34, previously told Business Insider he wishes he knew how "unimportant and insignificant" money would be after retiring early.
Sisters Josette and Lydia Gilman were each recipients of $250 in talent scholarship money from the Alfond Youth Center (AYC). For the past three years, the AYC in Waterville has been hosting its talent show at the Page Commons on the Colby College campus. Each year, the AYC solicits talented youth from the Kennebec County/ greater Waterville area to compete for 10 slots available as part of its ‘Annual Appeal’ (Dinner and Talent Show). Scholarship money can be used by the awardees to further their performing talents.
Originally Published on InsuranceNewsNet.com
Americans seem more comfortable with market volatility, but recoil at the thought of a downturn that could devastate their retirement savings, a new survey has found.
Can these contradictory strands really exist at the same time?
Last week, Combined Benefits United's sister company, CBU Benefits, hosted the Schooner Room Workshops at the 2018 Maine HR Convention in Rockport, ME for the 7th year in a row. The convention received record attendance levels this year, and it was great to meet so many HR professionals from across the state and discuss offering supplemental benefits to their employees.
By Joseph Coughlin, MIT AgeLab
In the last century, the American lifespan has increased beyond any historical precedent. In 1900, the average life expectancy was 47 years old. Today it is around 78, and for certain demographics — such as women with a college degree — it is closer to 85. Younger generations may be in line for even bigger longevity dividends. It’s possible that an American born in 2007 can expect to live past 100.