The Federal Reserve Bank of New York recently analyzed data from the American Time Use Survey and found that, as a country, we are saving a combined 60 million hours of per day of commuting time by working from home.
Insurtech startups arrived in a big way in recent years, propagated by millions of dollars in startup investment. The promise of insurtech has been to provide insurance faster and easier — and cheaper — relying on big data, more accurate risk assessment, technology such as telematics, and convenient apps.
My wife, Lisa, and I recently went shopping at our local Whole Foods Market, only to find a shopping cart on technological steroids there to greet us, along with a store employee ready to prep us for our “first flight” with this new smart cart.
In our effort to keep our readers informed about all the big issues of the day, we’re adding a new section called IN the Know to starting this month.
Today’s older consumers don’t want to do things the same way their parents did – and the senior advice market is taking notice. Needs are becoming more complex and seniors want more choices. The industry is responding with new products and new ways of reaching today’s seniors.
Our September 14 webinar will cover the trends with life insurance and explore what leading advisors are doing to maximize the use of life insurance. Our guests bring a wealth of experience in financial services and retirement planning.
Diana Yanez teaches people to link their finances to points of joy.
As you might imagine, Insurance News Net magazine is written a couple of months in advance.
The last time the U.S. experienced inflation above 8% and an unemployment rate below 4% was the early 1950s.
This year, like many recent years here in the Northeast where I live, the majority of spring was relatively cool — sometimes downright cold.