The U.S. life insurance industry is beginning to understand the vast potential benefits of robotic process automation (RPA) and artificial intelligence (AI). These two related breakthrough technological innovations leverage the power of machine learning to increase productivity and reduce the risks associated with human error.
ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA) today announced the agenda and featured speakers for LISA’s 24th Annual Fall Life Settlement & Compliance Conference, the longest-running professional conference in the life settlement industry, to be held October 21st-23rd at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn, just outside of Orlando, Fla
Here are 5 ways that ILIT users can respond to the changes.
The Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017 (TCJA) doubled the already sizeable estate tax exemption.
The life settlement industry is expected to benefit from favorable demographic trends and technology innovations that will make it easier for consumers to sell their life insurance policies, according to featured speakers today at The Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA)’s Eighth Annual Life Settlement Institutional Investor Conference.
A 2017 report by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Long-Term Care Subgroup includes life settlements among three options for paying for long-term care.
While Canadian snowbirds are soaking up the sunshine and warmth in the southern US, many can’t help but notice the availability of products in the south which they can’t get in the north.
It’s likely that some of your clients were lulled into a false sense of security with the seemingly endless string of “green” days on Wall Street over the past few years. If so, they were shocked back into reality in the month of February.
For seniors who have already entered retirement, there are some important things that can be done in 2018 to make it better and more fulfilling:
A Wall Street Journal recent article entitled “Millions Bought Insurance to Cover Retirement Health Costs. Now They Face an Awful Choice”, discussed the recent trend of increases in rates for long term care insurance. The article discusses how many people were told that they would have level premiums to cover medical needs in the future. These consumers paid their premiums and kept their end of the bargain, only to be told that the insurance companies did not correctly estimate the costs and the risks.