What word pops into you head or out your mouth when you learn that a family member, business colleague or dear friend has tested positive for COVID-19? I’d tell you what comes to my mind but my 100-year-old father reads my blogs and he would blush and be disappointed in my language choices. I’ll just
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For those of us who work in this narrow but important insurance niche, we wait each year for our assumptions to be validated or tweaked by the annual LTCI survey published by Brokers World. Now in its 22nd year, we find few carriers participating in the “2020 Milliman Long Term Care Insurance Survey.“ Below are
The number of employees working from home in the 60 days from mid-March to mid-May increased from 31% to 65%. And according to a Gallup poll, more than 50% really like it and want to continue working remotely once the COVID-19 pandemic is controlled. Just think … no commute time, fuel expense, parking fees, work
Aging baby boomers are nudging the national median age up by 1.2 years, according to a report released recently by the U.S. Census Bureau. The nation’s 65 and older population grew by 34.2% during the past decade, according to the bureau. The growth was driven by baby boomers who were born between 1946 and 1964.