By Mark Shemtob
As the private-sector retirement program landscape continues its march to a defined contribution (DC) world, actuaries might consider how their skills can be applied to improve retirement outcomes under DC programs.
By Albert J. Beer
Judging by vocal tones and body language, I think it is reasonable to assume that, upon hearing a reference to the Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline (ABCD), most actuaries would be more likely to think of the phrase “I’m from the IRS and I’m here to help” rather than a pleasant Beatles tune.
By Matt Testa
A couple of years ago my laptop was failing, and I didn’t want to deal with it.
By Emily Puntenney and Gerry Smedinghoff
Medicare Advantage with Part D (MA-PD), Affordable Care Act (ACA) markets, and some state Medicaid managed care programs include a risk adjustment (RA) component.
By Stephen Meskin
For those who remember the puzzles I posed in my “Crossnumber Puzzles” (January/February 2019), the puzzles this time are to fill a 4 × 5 matrix in which each of the nine clues (four across and five down) is the same: a perfect square with the proviso that all nine perfect squares are different.