The Gray Horizon

What will happen to the dispersed, vast population of baby boomers when they start shuffling through nursing home doors to live out their ever-extending lives?

June 2017 |  Read Article

Looking for Right Side Up

DOL — our favorite three-letter, four-letter word, no matter on what side of the fiduciary rule issue we stand.

April 2017 |  Read Article

After the Ghost Goes

I don’t know whether it’s a little late or absurdly early to speak of A Christmas Carol, but I’m reminded about the story’s lesson throughout the year.

March 2017 |  Read Article

No Squirrels Have to Die

February 2017 |  Read Article

The Rules That Are Right

It is open season on regulations with Donald Trump’s inauguration this month, and various industries will be pushing at the gate to get at their most detested rule.

January 2017 |  Read Article

Rebuilding Is Living

LIMRA,Steve Morelli,Past Present

December 2016 |  Read Article

What Red Rocks Say

Even mountains and monumental rock formations come and go. That scale of time humbles the hurtling mind at the foot of the Rocky Mountains.

November 2016 |  Read Article

Unparalleled Lines

One is a secretive hawk with a somewhat dour, awkward demeanor. The other is a shoot-from-the-hip opportunist who vacillates on issues in order to have the greatest effect on a crowd or a deal.

October 2016 |  Read Article

Salesperson – Politically Incorrect?

You sell insurance. That sentence used to be a simple declaration. Now it’s an accusation.

September 2016 |  Read Article

Just Who Do You Think You Are?

You don’t have to go far to find individuals making an impact on a larger stage...

August 2016 |  Read Article