2018 Life, Health and Annuity Planner
Get a leash on the new year, when it's still young.
Low 2016 Individual Health Margins Trimmed Insurers' Rebate Bills
Only 5% of carriers held 2016 claims low enough to owe enrollees money.
Life Near the ACA Cut-Off Cliff
An agent who still dares to help clients under 65 with health coverage does some strange math.
Insurers Mount Pressure as US House, HHS Try to Resolve ACA Case
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is backing the health insurers' plea for cost-sharing reduction program funding.
GOP may use subsidy case to smother ACA exchange system
Republicans have questioned whether HHS can make cost-sharing reduction program payments legally.
5 questions about health care reporting this tax season
As your clients work to fulfill their 2016 reporting obligations by the March 31 deadline, they likely have many questions about what, how, and even if they still have to file for the 2016 ACA reporting year.
Trump says GOP must pass AHCA or risk losing seats
Mark Meadows of the Freedom Caucus says H.R. 1628 is not yet worthy of support.
Ryan plans tweaks to health care bill to help older people
Tom Cotton of Arkansas said AHCA needs to do more for working-age people.
Humana completes $1 billion note offering
Some of the debt will be due in 2027, and some in 2047.
The circular firing squad
As the Republicans are learning, balancing health care affordability with access and cost control is a game of Jenga® played with razor blades.