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Why does the insurance industry continue to ignore the ‘death’ of life?

Posted September 09, 2018 05:19:08A new study from the Center for American Progress has a simple message for insurance companies: “Life insurance doesn’t work for everyone.”

The report, which analyzed the death benefit claims made by Americans in the past decade, found that more than one in five insurers had no insurance policy for people who die from a disease or accident.

The average death benefit claim is $12,400, and it’s higher in states with large medical costs.

The report found that health insurers’ profit margins for life insurance companies have shrunk from nearly 80% of profit in 2010 to just 33% in 2016.

The report’s authors found that insurers have been slow to adjust to the increase in medical costs and to improve the risk pools of people who will die.

The Insurance Information Institute, a non-profit that analyzes insurance data, found in its 2017 report that life insurance is the single most important expense for health insurers.

But that doesn’t mean it’s always profitable for them.

The institute, which is run by the Institute for Health Policy and Research, found a variety of reasons why life insurance may be losing money.

The Institute also found that life insurers have struggled to keep up with rising medical costs in the health care sector.

For example, the average life insurance policy in 2016 cost about $5,800.

By 2030, it would cost about one-third that amount.

It’s still expensive for people with lower incomes, and health insurers have a higher incentive to keep people on their policies as long as possible.

And they are also trying to make life insurance cheaper for people younger than 65.

The study found that, despite some of the high premiums, insurance companies are seeing a dramatic drop in mortality rates.

They saw a 35% drop in deaths from the Great Recession from 2014 to 2016, which they attributed to fewer deaths due to heart disease, cancer and strokes.

The study’s authors noted that mortality rates dropped among younger Americans, and the rate of mortality in middle-aged and older Americans has declined too.

But insurers are still spending more money than they can afford to insure people who need medical care the most.

That includes paying for things like surgery and treatments for cancer.

The researchers found that between 2010 and 2016, the health insurers paid $3,873 more for life care than they had in 2015.

Insurance companies also spend more money to treat people with preexisting conditions.

They spent an average of $5.3 billion on these services in 2016, compared with $1.5 billion in 2017.

In some cases, insurance plans are offering more coverage than they’re actually entitled to.

The analysis found that the average premium for an average policy in 2020 was $2,621.

The rate dropped to $1,936 in 2020 and $1:821 in 2021.

But the report said insurers aren’t making the right decisions about the policies they offer.

For example, a life insurance plan that was supposed to cover $5 million a year, but was only $2.6 million a month, will cost more money in 2024 and 2025 than it will in 2020.

But insurance companies still don’t know what the average cost of coverage is for those people.

And it’s not just insurers who are losing money on life insurance.

The Center for Economic and Policy Research has found that death benefits are more expensive for businesses than it is for individuals, as they have to pay higher premiums and deductibles to cover people who have health issues.

The center estimates that life care insurance premiums for businesses will increase by more than $10,000 by 2025, compared to an increase of less than $1 per person.

This article is from the archive of our partner The Wire.