Balancing Medicare and Work-Based Insurance

Almost 20% of Americans 65 and older are still working — the highest level since before Medicare was established in 1965. This amounts to almost 9 million workers who are eligible for Medicare, and the number is expected to grow as about 8,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day until 2030.1–2 Some employers may require [...]

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Do You Need Disability Insurance?

More than seven out of 10 working Americans believe that most people need disability insurance, yet only one out of three actually has disability insurance protection.1 This disconnect suggests the importance of assessing your own situation and determining whether you have appropriate financial backup in the event that you cannot work due to a disability [...]

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Offering Life Insurance as an Employee Benefit

Employee turnover has become a problem for many small businesses, primarily because it is often difficult and expensive to replace experienced workers who decide to leave. In fact, 57% of companies report that employee retention is now a top concern.1 Making life insurance part of your employee benefit program could be a cost-effective way to [...]

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Do You Have Enough Life Insurance?

A 2016 survey found that two out of five U.S. households have no life insurance protection. And many households who do have insurance think they need a higher level of coverage.1 The most common reason survey respondents gave for not purchasing life insurance was that it was too expensive, yet consumers tend to overestimate the [...]

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