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Four of five U.S. companies have raised deductibles or are considering doing so as health costs increase, according to a survey of more than 700 employers.
President Barack Obama appealed to uninsured Americans to sign up for medical coverage before a March 31 deadline while his administration said 4...
The U.S. lawmaker who wrote a Dodd-Frank Act provision that imposes bank-like capital standards on the insurance industry introduced legislation to ease the requirements.
A dwindling number of retirees get supplemental health insurance coverage from their former employers. But for those who do, big changes are afoot.
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.
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