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Obamacare Dental-Plan Error Has Republicans Seeking Details

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The accidental inclusion of 380,000 people in dental plans to enrollment figures under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act provided a new opening for critics.

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Limra CEO: Demographics Opening, Closing Doors For Life Insurance

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The head of the nation’s largest research trade association for the financial services industry sees potential for independent financial advisors to make money by selling life insurance.

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Obamacare 2015 Sign-Up Under Way With Few Glitches

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Obamacare’s second year of enrollment began with only scattered glitches, buoying U.S. officials who seek to further reduce the portion of Americans without health insurance.

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Aegon Takes Hit After Over-Estimating Life Expectancy

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Dutch insurer Aegon took a one-off accounting hit and said future earnings at its U.S. business will miss assumptions because it had over-estimated an improvement in life expectancy.

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Meet The Advisor Who's Humiliating The Administration Over Obamacare

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Rich Weinstein is behind a series of scoops that could convince the Supreme Court to dismantle part of the Affordable Care Act.

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State Obamacare Strategies Take Shape As Court Case Looms

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State officials are formulating plans in case of a ruling next year against the Obama administration, which would eliminate billions of dollars in health insurance subsidies for more than 4 million...

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Genworth Says Junk Status To Pressure Turnaround, Borrowing Cost

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Genworth Financial said sales of some products will be pressured and borrowing costs may rise after the insurer was cut to junk following a record loss.

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Republicans Plan To Erode Obamacare By Redefining Work Hours

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Newly empowered Republicans say they can’t repeal Obamacare and plan to chip away at the law, starting with redefining full-time work in a way that could affect health coverage for 1 million people.

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Prudential Misses Estimates As Losses From Derivatives Soar

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Prudential Financial, the second-largest U.S. life insurer, reported a quarterly profit that fell short of market estimates by a wide margin, mainly due to losses tied to its derivatives program.

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Slow-Growth Debate

by James Picerno

Are lower returns and higher correlations the new normal for investors?

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