A reporter has done a quick product concept review aimed at consumers and found that the limited-benefit medical insurance plans often called “mini med plans” offer (surprise!) limited benefits. A spokesman for the American Cancer Society explains that the policies won’t help much with cancer. A Minnesota insurance commissioner says the sellers often confuse the buyers.
Many clients have little or no protection for their ability to earn a paycheck.
Sales of non-variable annuities went in a different direction.
The CDC's latest weekly COVID-19 report also shows Idaho moving in the wrong direction.
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