Over the last decade, average annual premiums workers have paid for family healthcare coverage have shot up 78 percent, while employer contributions rose 51 percent, a new report found.
From 2006 to... Read more »
On November 18, 2016, the IRS extended the 2017 due date for providing 2016 health coverage information forms to individuals. Insurers, self-insuring employers, other coverage providers, and... Read more »
Most people don’t plan for a debilitating accident or illness during their working years. But three in 10 workers entering the work force today will become disabled before retiring. And only five... Read more »
Before his surprise election, President-Elect Donald Trump said he would repeal the Affordable Care Act “on Day One.” However, the health care law championed by Barack Obama could prove more... Read more »
In client meetings and conversations throughout the past several weeks and months, the impact of the election has been a hot-button issue—especially in regard to what, if anything, clients should... Read more »
A new study by the Urban Institute that found the more affluent live longer reinforces the importance of long-term care insurance planning for middle-income and affluent Americans, says Jesse Slome,... Read more »
At a time when people in the United States are working longer hours and taking second jobs to pay the bills and save for retirement, a new Gallup poll found the average age that Americans are... Read more »
The rich get richer, and the wealthy get far nicer benefit packages too.
A new report by the Pew Charitable Trusts Foundation found employers spend a median of 38 cents of each compensation dollar... Read more »
A new survey by Willis Towers Watson found more than half of U.S. employers are confident that public health exchanges will be a viable option for their pre-65 retiree coverage within two years. As... Read more »
Private health exchanges may offer lower health insurance costs for employers and more benefit choices for employees. This makes them an enticing option for many companies.
For years, it was common... Read more »
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