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How to Survive the Loss of a Life Insurance Broker

How do you handle a life insurance company?It depends on how you look at it.The most common question people have about life insurance companies is: How do I get out of it?What happens if I do?For many people, the answer is: You just have to survive.There is no silver bullet.It is important to understand life […]

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The Death Toll of Obamacare: How Many People Have Been Killed by the Law?

5,717 people were killed in 2016, according to a new report from the Congressional Budget Office.That was up from just over 5,000 deaths in 2015.Here are some key facts to know about the 2017 death toll.1.The death toll from the Affordable Care Act was about 1.8 million, according the CBO.2.The total number of people who […]

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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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Life insurance industry salaries rise 5% in July 2017

Health insurance industry workers are seeing their annual salaries rise by 5% from a year ago, according to a survey released today by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.The annual survey of 3,000 insurance industry employees shows the average annual salary for the sector rose from $89,000 in March 2018 to $91,000 today, according in […]

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When will Americans get health insurance?

The Affordable Care Act is set to kick off its second year with an explosion of coverage and prices, but consumers won’t be able to get the same coverage that they have today until the end of 2021.That’s the latest forecast from a group of health insurance analysts at the Boston Consulting Group.In a report […]

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How to Get Your Own Insurance Now

The Insurance Industry is on the brink of another financial crisis, and the number of Americans who have insurance through their employers is likely to grow faster than the total number of jobs that have been created in the last decade, according to the American Association of Insurance Commissioners.That means that many of the thousands […]

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How to Buy and Keep an Insurance Business

If you’re looking to buy and keep an insurance business, here are some things to consider.1.What type of insurance company is the business in?If you’re selling insurance through an employer-sponsored insurance plan, you may be able to qualify for a business health plan through your employer’s insurance company.If your business is selling insurance on its […]

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Insurers, doctors, and life insurers’ pay raises are coming, but they’ll take time to pay off

Health insurance companies are offering raises for many of their top executives in the first half of 2018.And they’re also going to need to get a big payout to offset that.That means they’ll need to keep employees on their payrolls and offer bonuses, as well as hire and retain new employees.Here’s a look at some […]

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How to get a premium increase, with no extra costs

Insurance companies are using a technique called “insurance industry job” to get consumers more bang for their buck.The idea is that if you have an insurance company, you are a better value than a competitor because they have been trained in the insurances business, which allows them to lower premiums and offer better insurance.The trick, […]

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Trump administration pushes new rule on insurance industry jobs

President Donald Trump signed a sweeping new rule Friday requiring employers to offer at least a part-time worker a six-week paid vacation to get by in order to remain in compliance with federal overtime rules.The rule also requires employers to pay out-of-pocket medical costs to workers who are sick or injured during their shifts, and […]

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