Despite being among the most highly compensated professionals, with an average annual salary of $299,000, many physicians are not on track to support a financially secure lifestyle in retirement, according to a new report from Fidelity Investments.
About 4.2 million Americans have signed up for private health plans through the end of February via the online insurance marketplaces established by the federal health law — with enrollment jumping by nearly 1 million people last month, the Obama administration said Tuesday.
Insurer concern over the political unrest and country credit ratings in Ukraine and potential sanctions in Russia have caused some to effectively stop underwriting political risk insurance in those two countries, according to Marsh.
The property reinsurance market may be softer than the primary market if a survey of industry experts proves to be true.
Commercial insurance prices increased by 5% in aggregate during the fourth quarter of 2013, according to the latest survey from Towers Watson.
People who got off to a rough start with Obamacare or have yet to pick a plan still have options— but only if they move quickly before the open enrollment period ends on March 31. Those unable to sign up may get retroactive relief. And states are left to decide how to deal with new "keep your plan" changes.
Health insurance costs for employers might increase only slightly this year, but more companies might consider procuring their employee benefits without the broker as an intermediary, according to a recent survey.
ACE has launched specialized servicing capabilities designed for the construction industry through ESIS Inc., a risk management services company owned by Philadelphia-based ACE Group.
New York Life announced the launch of an enhanced Asset Preserver, a life insurance product designed to provide a way to help cover the costs of long-term care, provide liquidity, and leave a legacy for heirs.
Nagging concerns over the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, appear likely to cost the Democratic Party during the 2014 congressional elections, according to the latest survey by The Robert Morris University Polling Institute powered by Trib Total Media.
Great American Insurance Group has established a new aviation division based in East Brunswick, N.J.
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