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Indiana State Teachers Association on Track to Fiscal Solvency… by 2027

It has been eight-and-a-half years since the Indiana State Teachers Association’s insurance trust went belly-up due to bad investments and mismanagement. The remedies included staff layoffs, a $40-per-member dues increase, and the sale of the union’s headquarters building to a newly established NEA real estate firm. Show More Summary

Safety Net Hospitals: Are the Uninsured Getting Good Quality Cancer Care?

You have no insurance, and you are diagnosed with a colon and rectal cancer. You may be one of the thousands of patients in the United States who find themselves being taken care of at a "safety net hospital." These are hospitals that are required to treat all patients regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay. Show More Summary

British insurer Direct Line offers Tesla Autopilot discount

Customers with Autopilot can save five percent on insurance premiums. Continue reading British insurer Direct Line offers Tesla Autopilot discount British insurer Direct Line offers Tesla Autopilot discount originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 11 Dec 2017 10:21:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments

AIC Results for AO Written Exam 2017 – Direct Link to Check!

The Agricultural Insurance Company of India Limited has just announced the AIC Written Exam Result 2017 for Administrative Officers. The AIC AO Written Exam was conducted on 19th November 2017. Now the list of selected students for AIC AO is announced. Those of you who are selected will be appointed for 50 vacancies. Show More Summary

Holiday hosting tips to be safe, insurance if you’re sorry

The holidays are the peak season for house fires and other disasters.        

Updating Insurance Based on Life Milestones

Life changes mean different health care needs. Accordingly, your employees may need help updating insurance coverage as they encounter new life milestones. As open enrollment season is now underway, it’s a good time to sit down and talk with employees about any changes in coverage they may need as they hit certain life milestones. Show More Summary

CVS and Aetna say their massive merger is needed to keep prices down. That remains to be seen

American consumers aren’t the only ones struggling with higher healthcare costs. CVS Health’s proposed $69-billion purchase of health insurer Aetna is driven in part by the companies’ efforts to get control over more of the costs they face, and to make their operations more efficient. The question...

Sen. Collins’ Strategy To Stabilize Insurance Market Raises Doubts Among Analysts

8 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

Even if the Republican from Maine can get her party to go along, her suggestions to bolster the individual insurance market may be too little, too late.

Seven Tips When Filing a Wildfire Homeowners Insurance Claim

Wildfires have been raging in the Western United States, wreaking more than $10 billion in damage and forcing thousands of residents to evacuate. But long after the fire season has ended, some owners of damaged homes are likely to find themselves waiting to have their dwellings repaired or rebuilt. Show More Summary

Have you been rejected by insurers because of mental health problems?

Insurance companies can only deny people with mental health problems in certain circumstances. We want to hear your experiences If you have a mental health condition it can be harder to get insurance and in some circumstances you have to pay more. Show More Summary

James Harrison says he wouldn't have signed with the Steelers if he knew he was just going to be 'an insurance policy'

Harrison doesn’t expect to be with the Steelers next season. Linebacker James Harrison has only gotten on the field in three of the Steelers’ games so far this season. And he’s not happy about being left “in the garage.” Harrison signed a two-year, $3.5 million contract extension before the 2017 season. Show More Summary

Paul Krugman: The Republican War on Children

CHIP ahoy: The Republican War on Children, by Paul Krugman, NY Times:...The Children’s Health Insurance Program, or CHIP, is basically a piece of Medicaid targeted on young Americans. It was introduced in 1997, with bipartisan support. Last year it...



Wash. charmer murders wife for insurance money in 1991

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

Everybody knows that getting back to nature is good for body and soul.

Price hikes push health insurance shoppers into hard choices

Margaret Leatherwood has eight choices for health insurance next year but no good options. The cheapest individual coverage available in her market would eat up nearly a quarter of the … Click to Continue »

Orange County manufacturing, information jobs surprisingly back in growth mode

Who knew? Orange County’s newly uncovered hiring spree includes boosts in high-paying manufacturing and information industries. Last week I unearthed a fresh federal study of quarterly unemployment insurance filings that translates to this revelation: Orange County bosses in the 12 months ended in June had hired 27,000 more workers than previously disclosed by other jobs […]

Man whose relatives died mysteriously must give gun info

yesterdayNews : The Cutline

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A Vermont man whose mother and grandfather died in mysterious circumstances must turn over information related to a missing gun, as well as phone and other records, in a Rhode Island lawsuit over insurance on his sunken boat.

Churning, Confusion And Disruption — The Dark Side Of the ObamaCare Marketplace

The task of finding new insurance annually undermines the continuity of care for people with ongoing medical needs or chronic conditions. (Not to mention being an insanely stressful pain in the [family blog].)

Trump Doesn’t Care About Climate Change. But a New Study Explains Why the Business Community Should.

This story was originally published by HuffPost and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.  Surging temperatures and risings seas already threaten to upend industries from real estate to agriculture to insurance, leaving coastal properties swamped, outdoor workers overheated, and policies vulnerable to catastrophic new risks. Show More Summary

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