INSURANCE

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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

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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.

Pandemic Had A Lasting Impact On Children's Learning, Study Finds

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Kids lost out on about a third of a normal school year's worth of learning since the onset of Covid-19, scientists said.

Climate Is Forcing The Most Risk-Aware Industry To Reinvent Itself

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Last year's payout from damages caused by extreme-weather events totaled $120 billion.

Health Insurers Face $3 Billion Medicare Clawback Threat

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Big insurers could clash with the U.S on Medicare payments booked a decade or longer ago.

Insurers Say U.S. Natural Disasters Caused $165B Worth Of Damage Last Year

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It was the worst year for the property and casualty insurance industry in more than a decade.

Reinsurers Retreat From U.S. Disaster Hot Spots On Climate Risks

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California wildfires and Florida hurricanes have made reinsurers rethink their exposure.

If You Don't Want A GoFundMe Funeral ...

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How one young advisor uses the site's $330M funeral crowdfunding to educate clients on term life insurance.

U.S. To Require Negative Covid Tests For Travelers From China

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Covid has been spreading unabated in China since the government lifted its policy of strict quarantines and isolation.

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