Life Insurance News
Maryland native and financial advisor with a local MetLife office, Brian Jarosinski, is one of 25 men from across the nation vying for the affections of Desiree Hartsock on the next season of the ABC-TV reality show, The Bachelorette.
Deloitte has promoted Gary Shaw to national sector leader for insurance. He will replace Rebecca Amoroso, who is retiring.
The average retirement age for Americans is the highest in more than two decades, according to a recent Gallup survey.
Zurich American Insurance Co, has agreed to refund $4.56 million to policyholders of its New York statutory disability insurance policies because the insurer failed to spend at least 60% of total premiums on claims as required under law.
Genworth Life Insurance Co. has requested a long-term care insurance rate increase in Maryland above the threshold for which a public hearing must be held.
The announced deal by Ameritas Life Insurance Co. to sell its bank subsidiary, Acacia Federal Savings Bank in Falls Church, Va., to a Philadelphia-area bank has been canceled.
A new report suggests the number of financial advisors will decline in the coming three years, despite an increase in the number of retirees with financial needs.
Pennsylvania’s insurance commissioner has filed rehabilitation plans for Penn Treaty Network American Insurance Co., and its subsidiary, American Network Insurance Co., that includes cuts to benefits, rate increases and suspension of agent commissions to shore up its long-term care insurance (LTCi) business and protect consumers.
Genworth Financial Inc. will no longer sell AARP-branded long-term care insurance products through its Genworth Life Insurance Co. and Genworth Life Insurance Co. of New York.
Guardian app allows access to benefits on iPhone, Android devices; MetLife accident product covers expenses, deductibles