Long Term Care Insurance Source List
Ask any industry insider, and they'll tell you voluntary products are big.
Choosing convenient is ultimately the most inconvenient thing you can do.
Millennials (ages 18-31), also known as Gen Y, are 80 million strong, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Dr. Geoffrey Sher says he's responsible for the births of at least 17,000 babies around the world, though he hasn't had to travel very far to make that happen.
There has been perhaps no more divisive issue in this country over the past three years than that of health care reform.
It's been nine years since we first started asking our readers who they thought were the best in the business.
A few years ago, executives at NorthBay Healthcare in Fairfield, Calif., decided they wanted a place on the Fortune 100 Best Places to Work For list.
When Maura Carley's mother was offered guaranteed-issue, group long-term care insurance, she snapped it up.
I recently faced an insight I didn't want to. The brutal truth came to me: I may have more ex-customers than I have customers. But I defy anyone who's been in the voluntary business for 30 years, as I have, to deny it.
The growth rate of health care spending continues to remain low, a new report says, but consumers may not be getting much of a relief.
The complaints have flown fast and furious following the rollout of the public exchanges Oct. 1.
Young consumers across the country will face rates lower than early forecasts, but still much higher than they might be used to.
One looming problem for public exchange enrollment under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act could be a (very) costly one to consumers.
Tom Riekse Jr.
Long-term care insurance, a popular benefit with employers for many years, is undergoing a rapid transition at the worksite.
Bonnie Brazzell and Gil Lowerre
We've written several articles about the change that has occurred in benefit managers' attitudes toward the types of coverages that are suitable for their employees.
The single greatest threat to democracy has always been the tyranny of the masses.
Workers are pretty happy with their own health plan, but when the story turns to the overall health care system, feelings change.
There will be fewer Medicare Advantage plans in 2014.
In the beginning, the 401(k) world was easy and fun.
Americans are heading to eight countries for medical treatments.