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Long-term care insurance

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Brethren Benefit Trust provides retirement benefits, health and welfare benefits, asset management, and financial advocacy to pastors, employees, and members of the greater Church of the Brethren community. Since it began as the Pension Board 72 years ago, BBT has been called to serve its members and clients, and we are thankful for that opportunity.

 

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A first-quarter greeting to our members and clients from the PresidentFrom a market standpoint, one word that might describe the beginning of 2016 is rocky. This can be blamed on everything from China's economy to plummeting oil prices, to the upcoming presidential election. If you are watching the headlines, you may be feeling anxious about your investments, and how this market and financial volatility going on worldwide might affect you. It's normal to feel this way. ...  Read More ›
When there is a remarkable correction in the world markets, it is understandable that we all feel vulnerable, especially those of us with nest egg money invested to grow and sustain us through retirement, or those of us who manage the funds of congregations or institutions....  Read More ›
The IRS on Wednesday, Feb. 18, issued a new ruling regarding the Affordable Care Act. Here are the highlights of that ruling, which were approved by BBT’s legal counsel —...  Read More ›