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S&P Affirms Security Benefit Financial Strength “A-“ Rating; Outlook now “Stable”

Standard & Poor’s Global Ratings has affirmed Security Benefit Life Insurance Company's (Security Benefit) financial strength rating of “A-“ and revised its outlook to “stable.” S&P maintained its view of the firm’s capital and earnings as “very strong” and again commented favorably on it

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Security Benefit Removes Surrender Charges for ClearLine Annuity

Security Benefit today announced the removal of all surrender charges on its commission-free ClearLine fixed index annuity product.

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Security Benefit Named to Ward’s 50® Companies List

Security Benefit Life Insurance Company has again been named to the Ward’s 50® list for 2023.

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Growing Your Practice with Small Business Retirement Plans

Kevin Watt, vice president of Security Financial Resources, an affiliate of Security Benefit Life Insurance Company, recently wrote an article for BenefitsPRO outlining small business retirement plans.

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Security Benefit Enhances its Foundations Annuity with New Indices for Greater Diversification

From inflation and volatility to economic growth - we offer the diversification you and your clients need for the road ahead.
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Security Benefit Extends Relationship with Pro Golfer Gary Woodland

Security Benefit Life Insurance Company (Security Benefit) announced it has renewed its sponsorship with pro golfer and Topeka native Gary Woodland. The renewal extends the ongoing 3-year relationship.

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Rethinking a 2023 rebalance as rate hikes remain

David Byrnes, head of distribution for Security Benefit, wrote an article for Insurance News Net about what rate increases mean for the portfolio mix. 

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Getting Ahead of Economic Uncertainty

Security Benefit's Kurt Auleta discusses how annuities can help advisors address client concerns around economic uncertainty in Advisor Magazine.

Considering the Precedent, Looking Back at 2022

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Investment Perspective — Third Quarter 2022

The U.S. stock market’s widespread selloff reversed temporarily in July, but steadily collapsed during the rest of 3Q 2022. We believe this market dynamic will continue for as long as the Fed continues to raise rates in an effort to halt widespread, persistent inflation.

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State of Educator Finances Survey Infographic 2022

New research looks at the financial habits and attitudes of K-12 educators across the United States.

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