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Friday 03/06/2015

Even on uneventful days like a recent weekday, the company was monitoring protests in Algeria and Australia, dengue fever in Brazil and measles in Canada, and unrest in places such as Egypt, Iraq and Venezuela from a new command center in Annapolis. Those changes are impacting how we travel and what we're trying to do, "said Dave Wingo, director of risk management for...

 

March 07-- With the liquidation of CoOportunity Health underway, the Iowa and Nebraska Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Associations will start paying out a backlog of more than $80 million in outstanding claims to health care providers, the Iowa Insurance Division announced Friday. "We're pleased that providers in Iowa and Nebraska will be paid for the...

 

March 06-- Madison- based CUNA Mutual Group posted a fourth straight year of earnings growth in 2014, with a net income rise of 26.8 percent due to strong results from its core business lines and company investments. The company's earnings picture has become more complex in recent years, as CUNA Mutual, long one of the area's largest employers, steadily broadened...

 

Kyle Conaway filed the wrongful death and personal injury lawsuit in Allen County Common Pleas Court, seeking more than $25,000 in damages, legal fees and a judgment against The Cincinnati Insurance Co. of Cincinnati. The crash occurred Jan. 8, 2014, when the Conaways were passengers in a vehicle operated by Mark Schlachter, 27, of Ada. Schlachter was driving...

 
Advisors Guide to Selling IUL

Ed Buttrey of Great Falls, would become the third major proposal before the 2015 Legislature to expand health coverage under Medicaid, the state-federal health care program for low income and disabled people. The proposal would offer Medicaid coverage to those earning below 138 percent of the poverty level, about $16,200 for a single person, and also offer...

 

Ed Buttrey of Great Falls would become the third major proposal before the 2015 Legislature to expand health coverage under Medicaid, the state-federal program that pays medical bills for the poor. The proposal would offer Medicaid coverage to those earning below 138 percent of the poverty level, about $16,200 for a single person, and also offer them help to...

 
Advisors Guide to Selling IUL
Advisors Guide to Selling IUL
Thursday 03/05/2015