Letters regarding the November/December 2022, January/February 2023, and March/April 2023 issues of Contingencies.
By Eric P. Harding
It should come as no surprise that I—an editor by trade—love the English language.
By Ken Kent
For employers of actuaries, their employees’ membership in actuarial organizations provides clear and tangible benefits. With more than one actuarial organization in the U.S., it is important that employers understand the value and reasoning for supporting their actuaries’ individual, and often, multiple memberships.
By William Hines
When someone asks me if I can do something for them, I like to say “yes.” I want to be helpful, useful. That is true in my personal and professional life.
Academy Medicaid Committee leadership and members joined with outside experts to break down the future of Medicaid as states plan to reinitiate Medicaid redeterminations for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE).
By Mark Shemtob
I’ve covered the advantages to securing lifetime income using retiree longevity risk sharing pools (Pools), most recently in my article “Time to Take the Plunge?” (Contingencies; September/October 2022).
By Tom Toce
A while back, a friend of mine inspired FOMO (“fear of missing out”) in me as she described the high returns she had achieved with her investments in crypto currency.
By Stephen Meskin
Back by popular demand, we have a few crossnumber problems. These types of problems were introduced in this column in January/February 2019.
By Robert J. Rietz
Every January, a former work buddy invites me to Florida for a week of golf, restaurants, movies, and lying about our past work and current personal successes.