A record $10.3 billion in claims was paid last year by the nation's long-term care insurance companies, according to the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance study. This figure represents the highest amount of such benefit payments to Americans for a one-year period ever, and they were paid to more than 300,000 individuals.
Most companies have at least some staff that sit front of a computer all day. While the job is low-impact and the likelihood of severe injuries is slim, sitting in front of a computer all day long can have detrimental effects, particularly if the employee has a bad posture.
Many people think life insurance is only for the young. That life insurance is a tool best used by newlyweds with mortgages, parents of young children, and spouses who are both employed.
But what does that mean for seniors? Does that mean retirees do not need life insurance? The answer to that question depends on your family's needs as well as your financial picture upon retirement.
There are typically two approaches to securing health coverage for your staff - group health insurance or self-funding.
Self-funding, however, can be costly and risky for some employers and is usually only done by larger organizations with thousands of employees. However, there is a hybrid model that can help small and mid-sized employers provide their staff with affordable health coverage: partial self-insuring.
Support our community and have fun at the Molyneaux Insurance Trumps & Tricks Fundraiser. This year’s event will be held on November 7, 2019, at the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds in Davenport.
Since 2000, Trumps & Tricks has raised over $272,000 for local charities. Proceeds from this year’s event will benefit the Child Abuse Council and OneEighty.
Serving the Quad Cities region, the Child Abuse Council leads community efforts to eliminate child abuse and neglect by strengthening children and families through treatment, education and prevention.
OneEighty exists to bring hope, love and opportunity to people and communities impacted by crisis, poverty, or addiction.
Your support of Trumps & Tricks is instrumental in the success of this charity event, but spots fill up quickly.
Date: Thursday, November 7, 2019
Location: Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds, 2815 W Locust Street, Davenport, Iowa
Time: 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Cost: Individual entry for the event is $35.00
Make a donation and your entry is included!
Gift certificates are awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and lowest score! There will also be raffle packages and a 50/50 drawing.
More information and event registration can be found at: https://www.molyneaux.com/trumps-and-tricks-euchre-event.html
Trumps & Tricks is more than a euchre tournament – it’s an opportunity to come together and support our community. We hope you’ll join us for this deserving cause.
In the course of doing business, you may sometimes find yourself entering into contracts requiring that your business be named as an additional insured on another party's insurance policies.
This is often done to protect your business from losses for which you may be legally liable as a result of the business relationship you have with the other party, but that are not due to your own business's direct negligence.
An additional insured is defined as an individual or entity that not automatically included as an insured under the policy of another, but for whom the named insured's policy provides a certain degree of protection.
Combined with rising tuition costs, more people are attending college than ever before. That education, though, has come at a high price. Nationally, outstanding student loan debt totals $1.52 trillion.
While individuals appreciate, and have come to expect, traditional benefits like health insurance and paid time off, many new graduates are looking for companies that offer non-traditional benefits like student loan repayment assistance.
A fire can happen anywhere, but three simple steps: Look, Listen, and Learn, are essential to reducing the likelihood of having a fire and escaping safely in the event of one. The National Fire Protection Association’s 2019 Fire Protection Week Campaign is an important reminder to:
Fires are the leading cause of home injuries and death. In a fire, mere seconds can mean the difference between a safe escape and a tragedy. Does your family have a plan if a fire started in your home?