INSURANCE

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Being Prepared For The Worst Disasters

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Disasters can be both meteorological and financial. Advisors can help clients prepare.

My Family Made Me Do It

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Watching their retirement wreckage set me on to my next chapter.

Jackson Revamps Efforts To Aid Women's Retirement Saving

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Jackson National Life is refocusing its “Investing in You Campaign” that targets women looking to plan for their retirement.

How Can Financial Advisors Help Business Owners Avoid Financial Disasters From Being Underinsured?

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A clear-eyed evaluation of insurance coverage is critical to protect companies against risk.

Enrollment Into Medicare Could Trigger IRMAA Taxes

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There is an appeal process for those who disagree with their income-related monthly adjustment amount (IRMAA) from Medicare.

Life Insurance Sales Set Record For Second Straight Year

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The surge in sales came despite a slowdown in the second half of the year.

2023 Top Life Insurance Companies

by FA Staff

The list measures insurers' financial strength, customer complaints, renewal rates, etc.

Biden Proposes Tax Hike On Wealthy To Strengthen Medicare

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The president's budget proposal would increase Medicare taxes from 3.8% to 5% on those earnings more than $400,000 per year.

HSAs Not Used To Full Potential, EBRI Says

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Most owners of HSAs don't take full advantage of them, a new report by the research institute says.

A RILA-Roth Combo Can Solve Longevity Risk

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‘Diversification' in retirement goes well beyond asset class, Allianz argues.

A Sick America Can't Compete With China

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Poor health is a constraint on the U.S.'s productivity and its ability to defend itself.

Millions Of U.S. Workers Are Still Missing After The Pandemic. Where Did They Go?

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The labor-force participation rate remains stubbornly below pre-Covid levels.

The Bridge Women Will Cross. And Men Will Jump Off Of.

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It's time for the wealth management industry to recognize the differentiated financial needs and objectives of women.

Workers Don't Carefully Examine Health Plan Choices, EBRI Says

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Most employees spent less than an hour choosing a health plan option, an EBRI survey found.

Retiring Couples Need Up To $383K For Healthcare Costs, Study Says

by FA Staff

But a Medicare Advantage plan could cut the bill almost in half, an EBRI report says.

Covid-19 Is Now Harder To Stop And Easier To Survive

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Almost three years of Boston-area wastewater monitoring show a virus more prevalent than it was in the scary days of 2020.

Older Americans Need More Protection From Covid

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The pandemic isn't over for people over 65.

Plenty Of Americans Are Drinking Bleach, Still For Sale On Amazon

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It's easy to find bleach-based fake cures for sale on Amazon and other retailers.

Medicare Wants To Claw Back $4.7 Billion From Private Health Insurers

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Private Medicare health plans are a growing source of profit for insurers.

SECURE 2.0 Act Is Overhyped, Says Ed Slott

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There's still an urgency to act when it comes to moving assets from tax-deferred to Roth accounts, he said.

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