By Ross Zilber
As a valuation actuary, I rarely come across an actual consumer. My work is mostly with the data, and my immediate customers are usually others who work in financial reporting.
By Srivathsan Karanai Margan
In order to assess the risk exposure for charging actuarially fair premiums, insurers seek the details about an insurable object and the critical conditions involved from customers.
By Wes Edwards
The midterm elections will, among other things, deliver a referendum on the current status of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Americans’ increasing sense that access to quality health care is a right, not a privilege for those who can afford it.
By Elizabeth Svoboda
Consider this not-so-hypothetical scenario: You’re standing in your boss’ office presenting your actuarial report, explaining the reasoning behind each aspect of your risk analysis.
By Mark Shemtob
In an effort to enhance their income in retirement, retirees are required to make some important decisions when creating their personal financial plans.