Employers eyeing health insurance surcharges for unvaccinated employees

Workers who have yet to be vaccinated against COVID-19 could soon be paying a surcharge for health insurance similar to those for tobacco use according to Mercer.

Direct-to-consumer channel drives slight increase in Q2 policy sales

Total U.S. individual life insurance new policy sales increased 2% in the second quarter 2020 but LIMRA says new annualized premium fell 5% from second quarter 2019.

Social Security benefits lose 34% of buying power since 2000, including 4% in past...

Medicare Part B premiums, out-of-pocket prescription drug costs have increased the most in past 18 years, according to latest “Social Security Loss of Buying Power” study.

Insurance: Destined for change by way of technology

Last year alone over $1.7 billion was invested in insurtech startups. There is significant momentum and interest around developing the next best thing, and each and every one of these startups brings a new idea to our industry. But how do they get to market?

Improving climate for life insurance: More people willing to recommend coverage to others

ARLINGTON, Va. and WINDSOR, Conn. – An increase in consumers willing to recommend life insurance to others contributes to a more positive climate for...