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A new CBO report says more Americans will choose to work fewer hours because of the ACA's structure.
A regulator told the second-largest U.S. life insurer it may not be holding enough reserves to back some savings products, known as variable annuities.
The Los Angeles Unified School District, the nation’s second largest, owes so much for retiree health care that paying off its debt would cost $17,500 for each of its 640,000 students.
For 55-year-olds, the average cost for a male purchasing $164,000 of long-term care insurance protection is $925 a year, compared with $1,225 for a woman.
The tax shift is “one of the awkward little complexities of the law that are only now coming to light,” one health care industry executive says.
Guggenheim Partners LLC and three insurance companies it controls were accused in a fraud and racketeering lawsuit by annuity buyers of concealing the true state of the carriers’ finances.
Oklahoma had $2 billion in insured catastrophe expenses in 2013, followed by Texas at $1.51 billion.
Life Partners Holdings Inc. and its executives were cleared on eight of 12 civil securities violations, including some fraud charges.
The quality rating is one thing to take into account when choosing a plan. But the rating system alone does not tell you if a plan is a good match for your client’s specific health-care needs.
As part of this effort, AXA in the U.S. has launched a new Web site and the company is also launching a national advertising campaign.
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