Few States Report Life Agent Credential Problems
More states want to see the NAIC extend an existing credential model to people under 65.
Trump Near Signing Order Allowing Interstate Health Insurance Sales
The president said the executive order is "being finished now" and could go public next week.
How Well Does Accelerated Life Underwriting Really Work?
Actuaries want separate data on policies issued through simplified medical underwriting 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.
Annuity Rules Should Apply to Investment-Type Life Products: Consumer Reps
Insurers are asking insurance regulators to adopt a Uniform Standard of Care proposal.
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.
5 Top States for Annuity Payment Growth
In some states, payments increased 4% or more in 2016, according to an NAIC research center.
5 Worst States for Insurance Producer Fines
The NAIC gives those numbers, and many, many more, in its latest insurance department resources report.
Retirement Seminar Alert: No Such Thing as a Free Lunch (or Dinner or Brunch)
Drafters are now declaring that providers of any "free meal" probably have a "purpose."