Help Clients Avoid the Double-Edged Risk of Waiting
A marketer talks about how to offer linked-benefit LTC products to younger clients.
Connecticut answers LTCI rate philosophy questions
Regulators in a state that has resisted increase requests talk about how they see the situation.
What agents need to know about the Penn Treaty liquidation
Health insurers hate the idea that they might get stuck with most of the guaranty fund bills.
Regulatory team posts LTCI actuarial guideline draft
Comments on the latest version of an asset adequacy testing proposal are due March 22.
New York regulators look over Genworth buyer
Empire State officials say China Oceanwide looks like a suitable insurance company parent.
Insights from a seasoned long-term care insurance agent
This is Part Two of the ShiftShapers Podcast Series featuring LTCI expert Bill Dyess. Here, the insurance industry veteran talks hybrid product suitability, inflation riders and more.
Save long-term care insurance planners
The market may not have worked as expected, but the marketers are great.
Is long-term care insurance poised for a resurgence?
The ShiftShapers Podcast Series: This is Part One of an interview with long-term care expert Bill Dyess.
Long-term care insurers pay more claims
The number of people collecting benefits is 6.1 percent higher this year than it was last year.
Massachusetts may update long-term care hybrid rules
The Bay State could apply more stand-alone LTCI requirements to hybrid product features.