Phishing Schemes Target Seniors

Phishing Schemes Target Seniors

If you’re a senior, there’s an army of criminals targeting you and estimates from the Federal Trade Commission say one in five seniors fall victim to their fraud operations. The scams come in a variety of flavors. Using “social engineering” methods and sophisticated online data-phishing techniques, the scammers see one thing when they contact a Little Old Lady From Pasadena – a ready victim. Experts estimate, in New York state alone, a half-million New York…

Read More

Life Insurance Rate Hike Denied by Federal Judge

Life Insurance Rate Hike Denied by Federal Judge

A federal judge in Los Angeles recently decided in favor of policyholders suing their life insurance company for raising rates three-fold, saying a hike of such a size was a contract violation.

Read More

Why Women Are Suffering From a Life Insurance Gap

Why Women Are Suffering From a Life Insurance Gap

Consumers are nearly in full agreement that we all need life insurance. In fact, 85% of consumers say life insurance is a key element of their plans for the future. So why do only 62% of consumers report that they actually own a life insurance policy? To a great extent, those numbers are responsible for a more troubling trend: women are suffering from a Life Insurance Gap. And the story doesn’t end there; of those…

Read More

No Ginkgo Biloba – But These Preventive Measures Could Slow Down Dementia

No Ginkgo Biloba – But These Preventive Measures Could Slow Down Dementia

In a landmark report, scientists have endorsed three strategies for preventing dementia and cognitive decline associated with normal aging — being physically active, engaging in cognitive training and controlling high blood pressure. This is the first time experts convened by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine have deemed scientific evidence strong enough to suggest that preventing dementia and age-related cognitive decline might be possible. Seven years ago, in a separate report issued by…

Read More

How Non U.S. Residents Can Buy Life Insurance From US Companies

How Non U.S. Residents Can Buy Life Insurance From US Companies

People all over the world have been seeking life insurance coverage from U.S. based life insurance companies due to the strong reputation these companies possess – along with very competitive prices. So is it possible for you to get covered even though you’re a foreign national or a non-U.S. resident? The answer is yes, but the process generally takes longer to complete. Before discussing how a non-U.S. resident can get life insurance, it is important…

Read More

VA Honors Service Members Through Group Life Insurance

VA Honors Service Members Through Group Life Insurance

This Fourth of July honor our veterans and active servicemembers who have dedicated their lives to protecting our nation and securing our freedom.

Read More

Protecting Your Online Content and Reputation

Protecting Your Online Content and Reputation

Many people, through personal and professional endeavors, are posting online. Whether it be a creative writing venture, an email to a family or friend, or posting for a blog; you are leaving your digital footprint. So how can you protect your online content? Content theft is rampant on the Internet, so how do you secure your content? When plagiarized, your reputation becomes questionable, not only with your readers but with Google, Yahoo and Bing as well. What can you do about all…

Read More

Deep Analysis of the Senate’s Better Health Care Reconciliation Act

Deep Analysis of the Senate’s Better Health Care Reconciliation Act

Make no mistake this will impact you and your family. This is a critical issue as health care spending is 1/6 our annual domestic spending. The Senate promised a different health insurance plan than the House’s AHCA and they delivered with the Better Health Care Reconciliation Act (complete discussion draft here). You can read the Senate’s own Summary of the Discussion Draft. The BCRA is not a repeal of the ACA, it is instead a…

Read More

GOP Health Bill A Mixed Bag – Good News and Bad – For Millennial Generation

GOP Health Bill A Mixed Bag – Good News and Bad – For Millennial Generation

Darlin Kpangbah receives free health insurance through Medicaid and is grateful for the coverage in case of accidents, such as when she tore a ligament in her leg a few years ago. “I feel like I’m injury-prone,” said Kpangbah, 20, who lives in Sacramento, Calif. Without insurance, she said, the injury “would’ve been huge to pay for.” Young adults like Kpangbah were among the biggest beneficiaries of Obamacare, which helped reduce the rates of uninsured…

Read More
1 2 3 4 5 11