Trend Results : Insurance


Related Searches

Blog Results (1)

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 10000+)

FILTER RESULTS

Obamacare Penalty May Not Be High Enough For Middle Incomes

Even though penalties under the Affordable Care Act for not having health insurance jumped significantly this year, they still might be too low to attract Americans to signup for subsidized coverage, a new analysis shows. Avalere Health, a Washington health policy and consulting firm, said some middle income healthy individuals would [...]

The 'Total Cost' to the Individual of ObamaCare

ObamaCare cannot throw millions more Americans onto Medicaid, and subsidize the insurance premiums of millions more, without someone having to pay more for something.

Blastingnews: 250,000 Writers and 11m Readers. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?  

After 90 minutes of explaining how he built Blastingnews.com from the obscure content arm of an insurance price comparison website into Italy’s third most popular newspaper, Andrea Manfredi changes tack. What, he asks, could possibly go wrong with this company that has in the space of little more than two years, [...]

The Federal Housing Administration Is NOT Predatory

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) is sometimes maligned by critics as being “predatory.” I understand the private mortgage insurers (PMI) want to get back into the game and reduce the share of government mortgages insurers like the FHA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. But calling the FHA predatory is downright bizarre. How about a little […]

Even fellow Republicans are over David Vitter's anti-Obamacare schtick

23 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Vitter holding forth on trying to take insurance away from his staff. Like a very dumb dog with a chewed-to-nothing bone, Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) just can't let go of congressional staff able to get health insurance with a subsidy through Obamacare. Show More Summary

Padres Keep Wheelchair-Bound Ex-Pitcher on the Roster Indefinitely

23 hours agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Matt LaChappa suffered a heart attack before a game in 1996, but the team re-signs him each season so he can keep his health insurance.

New York Life Launches Creative Review

The largest mutual life insurance provider in the country, New York Life, has launched a creative review, Adweek reports. New York Life spent $74 million on measured media in 2014, according to Kantar Media. Havas Worldwide has handled the account since December of 2011, at which time the agency (then known as Euro RSCG) took over for Taxi. Show More Summary

Nick Kroll Dives into Film Acting for “Adult Beginners”

Ever since his comedic dawning on that long-lost ABC series “Cavemen” (as inspired by those insurance commercials), Nick Kroll has solidified his creative prowess to become a multi-hyphenate who wrote, produced, and acted in his intricate...Show More Summary

Obamacare News That Should Make Conservatives Happy, But Won't

A new survey released on Thursday suggests that Affordable Care Act consumers are relatively happy with the insurance that they have purchased. And it's partly for reasons that conservatives would be celebrating -- if only that didn't also mean celebrating “Obamacare.” The survey comes from the research firm J.D. Show More Summary

New York Life Launches a Creative Agency Review

Another insurance company is launching an agency search: New York Life is reviewing the creative business currently handled by Havas Worldwide, a client rep confirmed. The largest mutual life insurance company in the U.S. spent $74 million on media in 2014, according to Kantar Media. Show More Summary

Maine Republicans Want To Cure Infertility, Unless You Had A Disease In Your Filthy Vagina

Some fellas in the Maine legislature think it would be nice if health insurance covered infertility treatment for ladies what want to have babies but cannot. So the state’s Republican Senate Majority Leader Garrett Mason has introduced S.P. Show More Summary

Maritime Casualty Forum Held in Singapore

More than 250 shipping and insurance professionals gathered for the first ever Asian Maritime Casualty Forum held during Singapore Maritime Week.   The two-day conference,

What’s that looking in your window? Your insurance company’s new drone.

On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the proliferation of commercial drones, their good and bad uses and the privacy and safety concerns of drone filled skies. The post What’s that looking in your window? Your insurance company’s new drone. appeared first on RedState.

What If Long Term Care Insurance Isn't For Me?

Last month, I took some of my own advice and shopped for long term care (LTC) insurance.  The cost of long term care is like a bear lurking in the woods to most of us. Is it even likely to affect me?  If it does, how long will I need [...]

Here Comes the Big Intra-GOP Fight Over Obamacare Subsidies

It's been obvious for a while that congressional Republicans will be placed in a difficult position if SCOTUS strikes down subsidies for health insurance purchases under the Affordable Care Act...

Gulf Carriers Get It Wrong: Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. Doesn't Subsidize. It Insures

The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., the government agency that guarantees pension benefits, has somehow found itself in the middle of the subsidy debate between the big three U.S. airlines and the big three Gulf airlines. A report compiled for American, Delta and United, released in March, contends that the governments of [...]

Bank's offer of 'free' insurance is dubious way to appreciate customers

Sally Hwang recently spotted a payment of $8.10 on her checking account statement for accidental death and dismemberment insurance. Problem was, she had no recollection of signing up for such coverage.

Husband In Coma Awakes, But Matt Davis’ Health Insurance Won’t Pay For Brain Injury Rehab

Matt Davis became famous as the husband in a coma who awoke despite doctors telling his wife to let him die. Unfortunately, despite the near-miracle, the young married couple still face the hurdle of paying for years of rehab required for treating a traumatic brain injury. Show More Summary

Insurance you'll still need in retirement

Liz Weston: Your need for some insurance may disappear, but other coverage becomes even more important at this stage

Nose-To-Tail Collisions The Most Common In Australia: AAMI

Australian motorists may have a problem with tailgating, if the latest AAMI Crash Index is anything to go by. The insurer has concluded that nose-to-tail incidents are the most common in Australia, accounting for 28.3 percent of the collisions analysed. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC