INSURANCE

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Bonsai Partners With Swiss Wealthtech Firm To Boost Balance-Sheet Management

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The wealth management and technology platform offers broader access to opportunities for sustainable investing.

Social Security Gains A Year Before Trust Funds Bust

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The Social Security and Medicare Board of Trustees projects a depletion in funds in 2035.

More Than Two-Thirds Of People Have Covid Antibodies, WHO Says

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The WHO's roundup offers a snapshot of how well the world is increasing resistance to the pandemic.

65 Incorporated Rolls Out Medicare Planning Software For Advisors

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The software suite has different plan levels to accommodate the needs of small, medium, and large advisory practices.

Clients Looking For 'Financial Wellness,' Consultants Say

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Clients want personal advising services, and they would prefer to get it all from one trusted advisor, an EY executive said.

Global Tension, Inflation A Recipe For Recession, Allianz Survey Says

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Investor uncertainty is driving market investment fears, Allianz Life found.

A Worker Shortage Is Driving U.S. Nursing Homes To The Brink Of Collapse

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Declining enrollment and higher labor and supply costs have forced 327 nursing homes to shut down since 2020.

Allianz To Plead Guilty, Pay $5.8 Billion On Fund Collapse

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The agreement calls for the firm to pay $3.2 billion in restitution to victims of the fraud.

Retired Couples Face $315,000 In Healthcare Expenses, Fidelity Says

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Yet surveyed Americans expect their retirement healthcare costs to only amount to $41,000.

U.S. Set To Extend Covid-19 Public Health Emergency Past July

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National health organizations have lobbied for the public health emergency to be extended.

NYC Nears High Covid-Alert Level, May Consider Requiring Masks

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New cases per 100,000 people over the last seven days surpassed 300 citywide.

Had Covid At Christmas? You Could Get It Again Now

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The latest versions of the virus appear particularly adept at evading the body's immune response.

Covid Killed One Out Of Every 500 People, WHO Report Shows

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The figure is far higher than the official numbers for 2020 and 2021.

How Clients Can Ease The Sting Of Medicare's IRMAA Fee

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Medicare recipients can even see their fees rise for selling a home or Roth conversions, advisors warn.

Whose Fiduciary Standard Are You Using?

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No matter what orthodoxy advisors follow, they often miss certain conflicts of interest.

How The Wealthy Use Private Annuities To Defer Investment Taxes

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Private placement variable annuities are suitable deferral solutions for wealthy clients, advisors say.

Bonsai Integrates With FIDx Platform

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The brainchild of insurance executive Robert DeChellis, Bonsai enables advisors to holistically manage a client's wealth.

S.F., NYC Top AARP Ranking Of Most Livable Cities

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Cities were ranked on factors ranging from housing to quality of healthcare.

Drug And Alcohol Abuse Is Slowing Labor Force Recovery, Fed Finds

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Substance abuse has played a significant role in reduced labor-force participation, a Fed report said.

Whistle-Blowers Say Health Insurers Are Scamming Medicare To Make Billions

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A lawsuit alleges insurers are inflating how sick their members appear to be.

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