Maybe We're All United Airlines
Odds are high that we, collectively, have overbooked the world's retirement benefits plane.
Defense: Ex-Sutherland Partner Incompetent to Stand Trial on Fraud Charges
A dementia evaluation will play a role in proceedings involving a legal professional.
What to Do When the DOL Comes Knocking
The auditors could come after health plans, retirement plans, or all plans.
Trump Threatens Health Subsidies to Poor to Force Talks
Trump suggests tax changes could come before health system changes.
Help Clients Avoid the Double-Edged Risk of Waiting
A marketer talks about how to offer linked-benefit LTC products to younger clients.
Rising Credit Card Charge-Offs Pose $1 Trillion Question
If the economy is healthier, why are so many people failing to pay their bills?
Calif. Justices Duck Big Question in Key Arbitration Battle
The U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly come out against California in arbitration cases.
Life Expectancy Holds Steady, but Not for 95-Year-Olds
In 2013, overall life expectancy at birth held steady at 78.8 years.
5 Ways to Use the New US Life Tables
The National Center for Health Statistics has come out with new tools for your toolbox.
Regulators Form Long-Term Care Insurer Solvency Team
The new task force could shape short-term care insurance rules and state guaranty fund laws.