Making the American Rescue Plan Act permanent could lower costs on the Affordable Care Act marketplaces and eradicate the Medicaid coverage gap, but it would also cost the federal government up to $333 billion in the policy’s first decade, according to […]
Amid the controversy caused by Texas passing a new law that bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy, Washington State Insurance Commissioner Mike Kriedler has issued a statement denouncing the legislation. In addition to prohibiting abortion after a set […]
Delta Air Lines Inc. announced Wednesday that it would impose a $200 monthly surcharge on employees who aren’t inoculated against Covid-19, pioneering an alternative to the vaccine mandates issued by other corporations as they seek to limit the spread of […]
COVID-19 has made Americans more anxious about dying, becoming disabled or needing long-term care, according to the results of a recent survey conducted on behalf of the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT), a global trade association of life insurance and […]
New states include Texas, which has the third largest IFP population, significantly expanding Bright HealthCare’s total addressable market. The company also announced an expanded product portfolio in states where it already does business, including Florida, California, Colorado and North Carolina. […]
You’ve probably felt it: after biting something as hard as a popcorn kernel, you suddenly notice a piece of a tooth floating around your mouth. You know you’ll need to schedule an appointment for the dentist and that you’ll probably […]
American Families Plan outline also includes a national paid family and medical leave program.
Employers can help dispel myths about disability insurance. There are a number of myths that are causing many workers to not buy disability insurance, according to Prudential’s white paper, “Why Disability Income Protection Should Be Part of Your Financial Wellness Toolkit.” […]