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  1. 5 Key ‘Make or Break’ Life Insurance Trends

    Stewardshipreport.com - Health 05.24 / 23:10 stewardshipreport.com
    New laws, emerging technology, fiscal uncertainty and changing marketplace perceptions are making big impacts on the life insurance industry, changing the landscape for consumers in many ways. This includes everything from how applications are filled out to how quickly coverage can be obtained to evolving rules surrounding drill down topics like marijuana procurement and use.…
  2. CBO estimates 23 million to lose health insurance under Republican bill

    Cbc.ca - World 05.24 / 23:10 www.cbc.ca
    An estimated 23 million people would lose health coverage by 2026 under Republican legislation aimed at repealing Obamacare, the CBO…
  3. Dover Insurance Broker Convicted Of Tax Fraud

    A Dover insurance broker was convicted today by a federal jury in Boston in connection with filing fraudulent personal tax…
  4. Oklahoma Insurance Commission warns of storm damage scams

    Stwnewspress.com - Stillwater 05.24 / 22:42 www.stwnewspress.com
    The Oklahoma Insurance Commission is warning of phone and door-to-door scammers targeting victims of recent storm damage that have been centered in Elk City and Perkins. According to the release, scammers are placing suspicious calls and could show up…
  5. Congressional Budget Office: 23 million fewer Americans insured under House GOP bill

    Kfor.com-OK 05.24 / 22:37 kfor.com
    NEW YORK  — The House Republican health care bill would leave 23 million fewer Americans with health insurance by 2026 than under Obamacare, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said Wednesday. The highly anticipated CBO score is likely to trigger another round of negative headlines and more hurdles for Republicans as they look to advance a controversial piece of legislation that was passed in the House earlier this month. The CBO also found the bill would reduce deficits by …
  6. Senate OKs Pharmacy Price-Gouging Ban After Clash With Insurance Commissioner

    Courant.com - Connecticut 05.24 / 22:35 courant.com
    The state Senate Wednesday voted unanimous approval of a bill to protect consumers from "secret price gouging" by pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) in the form of co-payments at pharmacies that sometimes amount to far more than the actual cost of the drug. The vote came without dissent, just a…
  7. Utah residents face big bills without flood insurance

    SacBee- Personal Finance 05.24 / 22:33 sacbee.com
    Some homeowners in northern Utah are facing staggering bills to repair flood damage because they, like most Utah residents, don't have flood insurance. The Salt Lake Tribune (http://bit.ly/2rRs8sd) reported Wednesday … Click to Continue…
  8. Trump Obamacare repeal pushed by N.J. lawmaker would leave 23M without insurance

    New Jersey - Business 05.24 / 22:33 nj.com
    The Congressional Budget Office also said some individuals with pre-existing conditions might not find affordable…
  9. Car insurance - You might be shocked by how you can you SAVE 50 per cent off your premium 

    Express-Cars 05.24 / 22:21 express.co.uk
    MOTORISTS can save nearly 50 per cent off their premium by using one little known…
  10. Kia Picanto customers can receive one-year FREE insurance in new deal

    Express-Cars 05.24 / 22:21 express.co.uk
    CUSTOMERS who buy the new Kia Picanto can now benefit from one-year of free car…
  11. Net Income of Korean Insurers Showed Substantial Growth in Q1

    Businesskorea.co.kr - Business 05.24 / 22:17 businesskorea.co.kr
    Performance of Local InsurersThe Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) of South Korea announced on May 23 that South Korean insurance companies’ current net income totaled 2.7765 trillion won (US$2.4 billion) in the first quarter of this year, up 24.4% from a year ago. The FSS pointed out that their improved performance is mainly because of one-off profits and they are still required to make better the qualitative aspect of their income by means of risk management and efforts for sustainable …
  12. Does Lack Of Health Insurance Kill?

    Capoliticalreview.com - California (CA) 05.24 / 22:16 capoliticalreview.com
    A member of Congress got into trouble for saying, “the lack of health insurance does not kill”.  In fact, health care is a complex issue, with lots of alternatives to a mediocre, high priced insurance policy that gives you a card but not coverage—forcing Nuns to buy birth control pills and 60 year old men […]Read More and Comment: Does Lack Of Health Insurance Kill?…
  13. Safepoint Insurance chooses Duck Creek Technologies

    Onwindows.com -Technology 05.24 / 22:16 www.onwindows.com
    US-based Safepoint Insurance Company has selected Duck Creek Technologies to modernise its core property and casualty insurance systems. The residential and commercial property insurance company, which serves customers in Florida and Louisiana, will use Duck Creek’s policy and billing solutions to improve operational efficiencies. The new systems will also support new product development that will allow Safepoint to diversify its range of insurance products and services, and expand i…
  14. CBO: Estimated 23 Million Would Lose Health Insurance Under Republican Bill

    Hamodia.com - Politics 05.24 / 22:12 hamodia.com
    An estimated 23 million people would lose health coverage by 2026 under Republican legislation aimed at repealing Obamacare, a nonpartisan congressional agency said on Wednesday in the first calculation of… Read more » The post CBO: Estimated 23 Million Would Lose Health Insurance Under Republican Bill appeared first on Hamodia. In related news: Republicans Revamp Health Bill, Boost Benefits to Older Americans President Trump Tastes Failure as House Health Care Bill Collapses…
  15. CBO: Estimated 23 million would lose health insurance under Republican bill

    Brainerddispatch.com - Brainerd 05.24 / 21:45 brainerddispatch.com
    FCCNNWASHINGTON - An estimated 23 million people would lose health coverage by 2026 under Republican legislation aimed at repealing Obamacare, a nonpartisan congressional agency said on Wednesday in the first …
  16. CBO Report: AHCA Drops Number of Insured by 23 Million by 2026

    Breitbart.com - Politics 05.24 / 21:44 breitbart.com
    The Congressional Budget Office report states that under the American Health Care Act (AHCA) 14 million people will lose insurance in 2018, while 23 million would lose insurance by…
  17. New CBO projection: 23 million fewer people would have health insurance over next decade under Republican health care bi

    Thegazette.com - Cedar Rapids 05.24 / 21:42 thegazette.com
    WASHINGTON — An estimated 23 million people would lose health coverage by 2026 under Republican legislation aimed at repealing Obamacare, a nonpartisan congressional agency said on…
  18. CBO: 23 million lose insurance under House GOP health bill

    Americablog.com - U.S. 05.24 / 21:41 americablog.com
    The Congressional Budget Office analysis of the Republican health care bill passed recently by the US House of Representatives, shows that 23 million people will lose health insurance under the GOP bill over a ten-year period. Premiums will also go up for people with pre-existing conditions, and even people without pre-existing conditions may pay more…
  19. Revised Republican Health Care Bill Would Leave 23 Million Fewer Insured by 2026: Nonpartisan Congressional Analysis

    Ktla.com - Los Angeles 05.24 / 21:36 ktla.com
    The House Republican health care bill would leave 23 million fewer Americans with health insurance by 2026 than under Obamacare, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said Wednesday. The highly anticipated CBO score is poised to trigger another round of negative headlines and more hurdles for Republicans as they look to advance a controversial piece of legislation that was passed in the House earlier this month. The CBO also found the bill would reduce deficits by $119 billion…
  20. 23 million fewer Americans insured under House GOP bill, says CBO

    Fox13now.com-UT 05.24 / 21:34 fox13now.com
    The House Republican health care bill would leave 23 million fewer Americans with health insurance by 2026 than under Obamacare, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said Wednesday. The highly anticipated CBO score is poised to trigger another round of negative headlines and more hurdles for Republicans as they look to advance a controversial piece of legislation that was passed in the House earlier this month. The CBO also found the bill would reduce deficits by $119 billion…