- A Boeing Co. 747 cargo aircraft crashed Monday during its approach to Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, killing at least 37 people, most of them on the ground.
- U.S. President-elect Donald Trump aims to replace Obamacare with a plan that would envisage “insurance for everybody,” he said in an interview with the Washington Post published on Sunday night. Trump did not give the newspaper specifics about his proposals …
- Cancellations can be costly for promoters and insurers.
- If you want to market to your clients in the 21st century, you have to get into their phone.
- Follow these stepsand the benefits could extend beyond 2017.
- Bangor Daily News
What health insurance in Maine could look like without Obamacare
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IRS letters warn millions about health insurance penalty
FILE - In this Aug. 21, 2014 file photo, tax form 8962 is seen in Washington. If you haven't signed up for health insurance this year, you may be getting a nudge from the taxman. The IRS is sending personalized letters to millions of uninsured ...and more »
Delta Dental changes have dentists planning to drop popular insurance program
Delta Dental, the largest provider of dental benefits in the state, is preparing for a change that will mean lower rates for employers and their workers -- but also lower reimbursements for dentists. Some dentists say they won't join the new Delta ...
- Poughkeepsie Journal
Health insurance monster: Pick your poison and suture self
Pardon my queasiness, but my son, 26, is coming off my health insurance next month. To quote The Doors, “The future's uncertain and the end is always near.” Personally, the mad rush to repeal Obamacare before a better alternative has been agreed upon ...and more »
- Letter: Insurance illusion driving health-care costs
The Dispatch welcomes letters to the editor from readers. Typed letters of 200 words or fewer are preferred; all might be edited. Each letter must include name, home address and daytime phone number. Dispatch.com also posts letters that don't make it ...and more »
Got earthquake insurance? Most don't but guess what? The rates have come down
This 1994 staff file photo shows Robin Purcell making his way to his daughter's apartment on Plummer Street in Northridge after the Northridge earthquake. Daily News File PhotoFILE PHOTO. BY KEVIN SMITH / STAFF WRITER. Facebook; Twitter; Email ...
Is cyber insurance worth the cost?
President-elect Donald Trump has suggested that delivering messages via courier is the only way to protect data from hackers. But cybersecurity experts have a more practical solution for financial advisers: Craft plans for preventing, detecting and ...
- Salina Journal (subscription)
New owner excited about future with insurance agency
Salina Journal (subscription)
Speaking early last week, Chris Lauck was a little nervous about the weather forecast for this weekend. Lauck, who grew up in Denver, remembers the aftermath of the ice storm of December 2007. He moved to Salina shortly after the storm happened to ...
- Financial Times
China insurance clean-up hits Anbang product sales
Chinese insurers and their bank partners have halted sales of popular high-yielding investment products in recent days under pressure from regulators, signalling that the explosive growth in premiums that fuelled the industry's aggressive acquisition ...
- Mankato Free Press
'Not a simple story': Area families cope with crushing insurance costs
Mankato Free Press
Brenda and Wally Boyer at their Mankato business, Jake's Stadium Pizza. They will be paying almost $20,000 for health insurance with a $6,550 deductible this year. Photo by Jackson Forderer. prev. next. Two years ago, Wally and Brenda Boyer had ...
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MN leaders conflicted over insurance solutions
Mankato Free Press
Minnesotans who buy individual insurance plans were shocked last fall after insurance companies revealed skyrocketing premium rate increases for 2017. Individual insurance buyers face 50 to 67 percent average increases to their plans. Some people have ...
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- Insure Ga helping families apply for health insurance by deadline
The deadline to sign up for the Affordable Care Act, also known Obamacare, is quickly approaching - on Saturday, a local non-profit helped families get the coverage they need. The deadline to signup is January 31st, but organizers with Insure Georgia ...
Agreement calls for long-term care insurance rates to freeze after three years of hikes - Sun SentinelSun Sentinel
Agreement calls for long-term care insurance rates to freeze after three years of hikes
Purchasers of long term care insurance will pay rate increases for three years, then be protected from further increases for seven years under an agreement reached between state insurance regulators and two insurers. The agreement closes the book on ...and more »
Senators pass health insurance premium aid bill as debate focuses on rural Minnesota - Park Rapids EnterprisePark Rapids Enterprise
Senators pass health insurance premium aid bill as debate focuses on rural Minnesota
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Mknnesota state Sens. Michele Benson of Ham Lake and Tony Lourey of Kerrick discuss a health insurance bill in the Senate on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017. (Forum News Service photo by Don Davis). Rural Minnesota may never have been mentioned so often ...
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- High Auto Insurance Deductibles Will Help You Save More on Premiums!
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Autoinsurancenational.com has released a new blog post explaining how to save more on auto insurance by increasing deductibles. By comparing online auto insurance quotes, a driver improves ...and more »
Insurance company deems pregnant woman 'unhealthy'
CALEDONIA, MI (WOOD) — A West Michigan woman taking part in a wellness program to earn a lower insurance premium says she was marked as unhealthy after a yearly physical — but the numbers don't take into account that she's six months pregnant.
- KRIS Corpus Christi News
Millions facing fines for not having health insurance
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -. If you haven't signed up for health insurance, you may be getting a letter in the mail. The IRS is sending out a warning to millions who have not signed up. More than 7 million taxpayers could be facing hundreds of dollars in ...
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Houston woman denied insurance coverage for heart transplant, until passage of the Affordable Care Act - Houston ChronicleHouston Chronicle
Houston woman denied insurance coverage for heart transplant, until passage of the Affordable Care Act
Anne Bunting laughs with staff at the Texas Heart Institute, Friday, Jan. 13, 2016, in Houston. Bunting received a heart transplant after the Affordable Care Act went into effect in 2014. After writing a letter ... more. Photo: Annie Mulligan. Image 2 ...
- Deborah A. Whitcomb, a workers’ compensation administrative law judge in Stockton, Calif., has been appointed to serve on the Workers’ Compensation Ethics Advisory Committee. Whitcomb was appointed by George Parisotto, acting administrative director of the California Division of Workers’ Compensation. …
- The company will admit to wire fraud for misleading regulators, consumers and car manufacturers about the safety of its air bags.
- USA TODAY
Your driving record: Insurance companies' crystal ball
You look at your driving record and see speeding tickets, an accident, maybe a DUI, and chalk everything up to dumb mistakes or bad luck behind the wheel. But insurance companies see clues about how you manage your life — and even about when you'll ...
- Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC (MMA), the middle market agency subsidiary of Marsh, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire West Point, Ga.-based J. Smith Lanier & Co., one of the nation’s largest, privately held insurance brokerage firms. Terms of …
- Maritime Program Group, Inc. of Westbrook, Conn., has expanded their ocean marine programs to include a new underwriting facility targeting commercial shipyards, terminal operators, ship repairers, stevedores, port authorities and wharfingers. Marine coverages can be offered stand-alone or packaged with …
- A Fort Smith, Ark., man has been sentenced to five years in federal prison plus three years of supervised release for defrauding insurance customers, federal authorities say. Kenneth Elser, United States Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas, announced that …
- A woman whose job it was to make change for cashiers at UAB Hospital dining areas has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after she was accused of stealing $1.1 million. Al.com reports that Kyejuana Avery was also ordered …
- The Florida Highway Patrol says a man received a ticket after a dashcam in his truck showed him using a cellphone just before the semitrailer he was driving plunged off an Interstate 75 overpass near Tampa. Authorities say 49-year-old Samuel …
- Nashville public school officials are going to study whether it’s practical to put seat belts on their school buses. The Tennessean reports that the Metro Nashville school board voted unanimously Tuesday night for Director of Schools Shawn Joseph to look …
- An Oklahoma woman was killed in a traffic accident on New Year’s Eve caused by a drunk driver who had been cited several times previously for driving under the influence. Now, an Oklahoma state representative is calling for a stronger …
- Baxter International has agreed to pay $18 million to resolve its criminal and civil liability over claims its unit ignored mold in air filters at a plant where sterile intravenous solutions were made, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday. …
- The executives reportedly knew that the inflators had experienced ruptures and other failures during testing from about 2000.
- Ohio advocates of the federal health care law targeted by President-elect Donald Trump and congressional Republicans said that repeal would jeopardize insurance coverage for as many as 1 million Ohioans by 2019 and hurt families and businesses. Their warnings came …
- A truck plant explosion in a small southeastern Minnesota town injured six people on Jan. 11 but many more employees could have been hurt, authorities said. Many employees at McNeilus Truck & Manufacturing Inc. in Dodge Center who would have …
- Gov. John Bel Edwards is outlining his defense for Louisiana’s Medicaid expansion, pushing back on Republican work in Congress to dismantle the federal health law that created the program. The Democratic governor is highlighting the health services people have received …
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