Like herding cats, state regulators can’t agree on surplus lines tax sharing. Some take. Some receive. (But you always pay.)
Being Fluent in Technology
Differentiators put many of our members at a market advantage.
“For people with insurance, the only impact of the healthcare law is that their insurance is stronger, better and more secure than it was before. Full stop. That’s it. They don’t have to worry about anything else.”
Death from Taxes
Rough Riding Ahead
HHS is the engineer on a healthcare reform train that may be leaving the rails.
Notifications to employees on health insurance exchanges are due soon, but employers have choices on what to say on those forms.
The State of Thought
We’re changing the model, and agency systems vendors are taking notice.
Mediocre Month Trumped by Big Announcement
Brown & Brown Steals the Spotlight
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When the Data Dam is Breached
Beazley helps insureds after a breach is discovered.
The Dogs of Cyberwar
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Looking beyond today’s technology.
A Moveable Feast
A technologically challenged industry devours mobile tech. Convenience and client experience improve.
Q&A With Tanya Brown
Tanya Brown, research engineer at the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety, helped create the first-ever full-scale indoor hailstorm.