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  • L.A. County probation officer charged with insurance fraud

    A Los Angeles County probation officer has been arrested and charged with two counts of worker's compensation insurance fraud after allegedly altering medical documentation, authorities said Tuesday. Raymond Milton, a sworn peace officer, is accused...
  • Pamela Yip: Yes, tax filing gets more complicated this year

    Filing your federal income taxes this year will be most interesting. That's because this is the first time Americans will experience the complex connections between the Affordable Care Act and taxes. Here's a rundown of how all this will work. PEOPLE...
  • Webster Bank Shares Jump on Strong Quarterly Profits

    Shares in Webster Financial Corp. jumped nearly 8 percent on Thursday, after the Waterbury-based lender reported record quarterly profits and higher-than-expected revenue growth. Shares in the parent of Webster Bank rose $2.27, to $31.38 on the New...
  • Travelers Reports Strong Earnings On Underwriting Gains, Reserve Development

    Travelers Reports Strong Earnings On Underwriting Gains, Reserve Development
    Total revenues for the last three months of 2014 were $6.78 billion, up from $6.74 billion during the same period in 2013. Revenues for the year were $27.16 billion, up from $26.19 billion in 2013. Operating income for the quarter was $1.02 billion, or...
  • Judge deals big setback to auto repair insurance price-fixing lawsuit

    Judge deals big setback to auto repair insurance price-fixing lawsuit
    A federal judge in Orlando has dealt a big setback to hundreds of auto repair shops that are suing insurance companies, including State Farm, over accident repair payments. U.S. District Judge Gregory Presnell has dismissed all but a small portion of...
  • Group: Make insurance commissioner an elected position

    Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty hasn't been removed from office, but already the wheels are turning to prevent his successors from being fired. The Florida Association for Insurance Reform, a Fort Lauderdale-based nonprofit coalition of insurance...
  • When it comes to benefits, insurers are getting theirs

    My car insurance premium nearly quadrupled several months ago. A customer service representative said one of the reasons was GEICO had been underestimating the risk in Florida, and insurers across the state were raising rates for the same reason....
  • Credit insurance can be hard to find for older home buyers

    Q: My neighbor told me about a clause to be added at the time of signing to buy a house. It would pay off the remaining mortgage in case of death of a spouse. We are buying a house through a Veteran's Administration (VA) loan for $350,000 and we are...
  • Doctors, voting power and bears: Letters

    Doctors, voting power and bears: Letters
    Doctors leaving practice In response to Ingrid Bryant's letter to the editor on Thursday about her doctor giving up her practice: This is a problem the majority of patients with a great professional and personal relationship with their doctors will...
  • Would You Choose Pay-as-You Drive Insurance?

     
    Pay-as-you-drive insurance programs appeal for their low price, but a new study suggests that many Americans would not consider enrolling in one due to privacy concerns. According to the study, 51 percent of people surveyed said they would never consider....
  • Sophia Bera: Gen Y tax-saving tips

    Many young taxpayers miss out on tax-saving opportunities because they just aren't aware of them. Here are some tax credits and deductions these folks shouldn't overlook. STUDENT LOAN INTEREST DEDUCTION Education borrowing is a big concern for many...
  • Bias against the disabled is as American as apple pie

    Bias against the disabled is as American as apple pie
    On the first day of the 114th Congress, Republican lawmakers quickly lighted the fuse for a major battle over entitlements using an unlikely piece of leverage: the Social Security Disability Insurance program, which is expected to run out of money in late...