Your Children Can Spare You Time and Money in a Nursing Home
Having more than three children, and daughters, is good for reducing long-term care costs, RAND researchers find.
5 Reasons Genworth's Would-Be Buyer Could Still Close the Deal
China wants to curb crazy dealmaking and get help with handling a rapidly aging population.
3 Good Closing Lines, 3 Bad Closing Lines
Sometimes, clients who need your products also need a little extra help getting to 'yes.'
7 Peeks Into Long-Term Care Insurance Issuers' Thinking
Manulife is tough. Genworth has some hope. CNO and Aegon are quiet.
3 Insurance-Based Medicaid Planning Strategies
Stephen Moses says life and annuity issuers are hurting public long-term care programs.
Long-Term Care Insurer Pain May Hit More Companies
An NAIC panel wants life and annuity issuers and HMOs to help with LTCI insolvency bills.
The Long-Term Care Crisis and Life Settlements
A group of regulators has suggested using life settlements to pay for care.
Firm Proposes Long-Term Care Insurance Run-Off Program
A guaranty association rep says the issue of funding for insolvent run-offs will be important.
New BPC Report Suggests Fixes to LTC Financing Challenge
Fighting for more Medicaid dollars is “a losing argument; we’re beyond that,” says former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist.
Craig Bromley Leaves Top John Hancock Post
Michael Doughty, head of the U.S. insurance unit, will be the interim U.S. division head.