Salespeople of financial products (especially but not exclusively insurance) are known for hosting free meals as a way to attract prospective clients. Ron Lieber of The New York Times recently accompanied his aunt to such a meal and wrote about the experience. If you’ve been curious about accepting such an invitation before, hopefully Lieber’s article will satisfy your curiosity — without you having to actually sit through the sales pitch.
Other Recommended Reading
- Daniel Kahneman: Your Intuition Is Likely Wrong, Unless These 3 Conditions Are Met from Emily Zulz
- The Four Investment Topics that Generate the Most Hate Mail from Allan Roth
- What’s Behind the False Claims about Indexing? from Vanguard
- The Hidden Risks of Equities When Saving for Retirement from Joe Tomlinson
- 2 New Yorkers Erased $1.5 Million in Medical Debt for Hundreds of Strangers from Sharon Otterman
- ACA Premiums Drop in Many States from Kimberly Blanton
- What I Learned From Tracking My Spending for a Month from Kristin Wong
- 5 Complaints about FIRE That Don’t Really Hold Water from Jonathan Clements
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