INSURANCE

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How Small Business Can Insure Against Cyberattacks

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The new threats could require novel insurance methods.

Medicare Advantage Is Great. Except For Taxpayers

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Privately run plans are appealing for seniors. But they come at exorbitant cost to the government.

Health Insurance Premiums Now Cost $24,000 A Year, Survey Says

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The average employer-sponsored health insurance premium for US families rose 7% this year.

One Bond Market Is Defying The Global Selloff With Record Returns

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Catastrophe bond investors make money so long as the disaster described in the bond's terms doesn't happen.

How Much Insurance Do Your Clients Really Need?

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A key question is, how much can your client afford to lose if disaster strikes?

Nikki Haley Wants To Cut Social Security, But Only For The Wealthy

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The GOP presidential candidate's plan also includes raising the retirement age for younger workers.

The ABCs (And D's) Of Medicare Coverage

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Clients face an array of choices when the time comes to sign up for Medicare. Here's what advisors need to know.

SEC Safeguarding Proposal Would Hurt Investors, 26 Trade Groups Say

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The draft proposal erects barriers to annuities and other product sales, the coalition argues.

Saving Medicare Will Never Be Easier Than It Is Right Now

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The mysterious slowdown of U.S. healthcare costs offers a rare opportunity to close the program's long-term funding gap.

How 831(b) Plans Empower Small Business Self-Reliance As Insurers Exit More States

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An 831(b) plan allows businesses to set aside tax-deferred funds for unforeseen events.

Prudential Moving $50B Brokerage, Advisory Unit To LPL

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The unit's 2,600 financial professionals will be moving from Fidelity Investments, Prudential announced.

'Poor Man's Cocaine' Costing $3 A Pill Threatens To Proliferate

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The drug is produced in the Middle East, but experts say it could spread to Europe and possibly the U.S.

How The Maui Wildfires Became So Destructive, So Fast

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Heavy winds have fueled an inferno that has seared a landscape of invasive grass covering many thousands of acres.

Florida's 'Last Resort' Property Insurer Is Now State's Biggest

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The number of properties insured by the nonprofit Citizens Property Insurance Corp. has tripled since 2020.

S&P Sees Long-Term Rating Risk To California As Home Insurers Retreat

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Higher premiums could intensify the exodus from the Golden State, S&P says.

The Ins And Outs Of The '1035 Exchange'

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This tax-saving tool an be a boon to some clients and a minefield for others.

Does Travel Insurance Cover Extreme Heat?

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There are ways to protect trip costs from heat-related consequences.

Trump Leads Biden Among Voters Over 50 In Battlegrounds, AARP Survey Finds

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Issues concerning older Americans could be key in next year's elections, the group found in a new survey.

Investment Victims Sound Alarm On 'Broken' RIA Arbitration System

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“We won't stop until the process is fair,” the PIABA's president said at a press conference yesterday.

Buffett's Florida Bet Bodes Well For Troubled Insurance Market

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Resurgent risk appetite from reinsurers suggests the acute phase of the state's property crisis may be ending.

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