Middle-Income Consumers Drop Private Coverage
CDC figures show private plan use held steady among consumers who earn too much to qualify for subsidies.
Americans Worried About Long-Term Care but Have No Plan to Pay For It: Genworth
Just a fifth of adults have taken action to finance long-term care needs, and half think someone else will pay, Genworth found.
10 States Where the Millennials Are More Obese Than the Seniors
High levels of weight problems at young ages could lead to underwriting, and claim, nightmares.
Survey Team Finds Annuitization Option Gap
Few retirement plans offer the participants income insurance options.
Securian Probes Health Gap Insurance Market
Coverage needs may be different for $5,000 bills than for $500 bills.
Who Should Pay More for Insurance: Smokers or ‘Significantly Overweight’?
Americans appear to say that one group should pay higher health insurance rates than the other, according to Gallup.
Trump's Support From Base Shows Some Cracks on Health Care
About 90% of Trump voters told Selzer & Co. they approve of his overall performance.
Sales of Universal Life With Long-Term Care Riders Grow
Milliman finds chronic illness riders are more popular with indexed universal life buyers.
What Americans Will Miss Most When They Retire
Your prospects are already starting to think about the gaps they'll be facing.
Workers in High-Deductible Plans Report More Bill Problems
For individual policy users, problem rates may be about the same for high- and low-deductible coverage.