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What’s next for life insurance?

The Insurance Industry Association of Canada is calling on the federal government to make life insurance the first insurance industry to be allowed to raise rates to $10 per cent.The move would allow insurance companies to charge premiums on a per-person basis.The association, which represents insurance companies, said it’s also calling on Health Canada to […]

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What’s next for the auto insurance industry

This week, the auto industry will take a big step toward bringing back its long-simmering health care law, after a federal appeals court ruled that the law’s requirements for insurance policies could go into effect as early as March 2018.But, for the moment, insurers are facing a long, tough road ahead to get the new […]

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U.S. economy continues strong despite latest healthcare costs and budget cuts,but jobs numbers are down

AUGUSTA, Ga.— The U.N. body overseeing global health, which monitors health-care costs around the world, said on Tuesday that its latest report showed the United States continued to be the world’s leading health care consumer despite rising health care costs and a $2.3 trillion budget deficit.The International Monetary Fund said the U.K. and France are […]

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What’s next for the auto insurance industry

This week, the auto industry will take a big step toward bringing back its long-simmering health care law, after a federal appeals court ruled that the law’s requirements for insurance policies could go into effect as early as March 2018.But, for the moment, insurers are facing a long, tough road ahead to get the new […]

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What’s next for the auto insurance industry

This week, the auto industry will take a big step toward bringing back its long-simmering health care law, after a federal appeals court ruled that the law’s requirements for insurance policies could go into effect as early as March 2018.But, for the moment, insurers are facing a long, tough road ahead to get the new […]

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‘A-plus’ rating for NFL’s health care woes, ratings woes

The NFL is being criticized for a weak “A” rating on its health care policies for its players, a problem that has led to complaints from some insurance companies and prompted lawmakers to push for a public rating system.The rating for the NFL’s new “C” rating was released Tuesday by the National Association of Insurance […]

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India’s insurance industry faces a critical time

An estimated 4.2 million Indian citizens have become eligible for the government-run national insurance scheme, but with few resources to fund the coverage, a small number of insurers are struggling to survive.India’s government-sponsored insurance industry is one of the country’s biggest, accounting for more than 70 percent of gross domestic product (GDP).It covers more than […]

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Insurer CEO’s salary rises with the industry

AUSTIN, Texas — For many Americans, the first thing they notice about a company’s compensation is its size.For insurance companies and other insurance companies in the industry, their stock price is a reflection of how much they make — or how well they can provide coverage.But for others, it’s the compensation that matters more.Insurers and […]

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Which jobs are in danger of being lost?

The job of managing insurance is a challenging one.The insurance industry employs more than a billion people worldwide and its workforce is growing by an average of 20% annually.To cope with this increase, the industry needs to find ways to attract and retain the best people and to develop a better way to provide coverage […]

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