Hybrid Life Insurance Gets Second Wind as Health Care Coverage Vehicle
Understanding the difference between linked and built-in living benefits can help ensure that clients have the tools to bridge their health care coverage gaps.
Most Americans Need More Life Insurance: Nationwide Financial
A survey by Nationwide Financial found 98% of Americans with a spouse, domestic partner or dependent are underinsured to the tune of $1.2 million.
Healthcare Coverage Still Strongly Linked to Employment, Despite Declines
The rate at which employees are offered healthcare benefits—and the rate at which they enroll—are both in decline, according to a report released by EBRI.
Administration Quietly Announces Another Obamacare Delay
For a year, consumers will be on the honor system for subsidies under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The income tax treatment of cafeteria plans is key to their popularity. Learn how to maximize the tax benefits of these “flexible benefit plans”.
Are HRAs on the Chopping Block Under the Affordable Care Act?
Health Reimbursement Arrangements are one type of health insurance vehicle that may be on the chopping block with the dawn of Obamacare.
Insurance Trounces Retirement in Small-Business Benefit Offerings
A little over half of small businesses offer insurance or retirement benefits to their employees, according to research released Monday by LIMRA.
Who Writes a 51-Page Client Questionnaire?
The Center for Plain Language honored good communicators with its ClearMark awards, but also extended its booby prize, the WonderMark award, for writing that could utterly confuse a reader.