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Aug
06
2015
Media
Hiring Initiatives and growth recognized in the Fountain Hills Times
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Feb
04
2015
Annuities
The greatest difference between a fixed annuity and a variable annuity is that the return on a fixed annuity is just that: fixed. If you invest in a fixed annuity, you are guaranteed to make back your investment plus a pre-determined rate of interest. With a variable annuity, you are guaranteed a minimum payment, but the return you get on your investment is dependent on the performance of the money market instruments in your annuity account.
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Jan
28
2015
Life Insurance
At Brokers Alliance, our goal is to be as helpful as possible. We seek to inform. We strive to educate. Because we love what we do and we are committed to helping the independent brokers and agents who work with us, we also enjoy great success.
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Jan
21
2015
Media
The success of social media as a medium for communication has extended beyond personal relationships to business-client relationships. Happy to keep its clients up to date on its products, industry news, and trends, Brokers Alliance has embraced the social media revolution.
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Jan
14
2015
Annuities
With the Baby Boomers currently retiring, the importance of annuities is becoming central in many Americans’ lives.
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Jan
07
2015
Annuities
When it comes to retirement planning, you can hardly afford to make mistakes. Imagine yourself, 20 years into your retirement, assessing your portfolio and realizing that it has dwindled down to almost nothing. You are still in good health, but the only income you can expect from this point forward is a paltry pension or Social Security check once a month--if you are lucky.
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Dec
31
2014
Annuities
If you are familiar with CDs, or certificates of deposit, then the concept of a fixed annuity should be fairly easy for you to understand. A fixed annuity works like a CD, but is generally higher yielding and is issued by an insurance company rather than a bank or credit union.
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Jul
02
2014
Annuities
When it comes to retirement planning, you can hardly afford to make mistakes. Imagine yourself, 20 years into your retirement, assessing your portfolio and realizing that it has dwindled down to almost nothing. You are still in good health, but the only income you can expect from this point forward is a paltry pension or Social Security check once a month--if you are lucky.
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