By Karen Andres VP and head long-term saving and retirement at Financial Health Network Forget the holidays — my favorite time of year is fall. Time for sweaters, the crock pot, pumpkin carving, and college football. But there’s a less obvious reason to love fall: it’s benefits open enrollment season for most American companies, which means that…
This brief takes a closer look at the homeowners and renters insurance coverage, acquisition channels, knowledge, and claims experience of American consumers, with a particular focus on low- to moderate-income (LMI) consumers.
This brief takes a closer look at the auto insurance coverage, acquisition channels, knowledge, and claims experience of American consumers, with a particular focus on LMI consumers.
This brief takes a closer look at the life insurance coverage, acquisition channels, and knowledge of American consumers, with a particular focus on LMI consumers.
To show how disability insurance can augment financial resilience, this brief examines short- and long-term disability insurance coverage, acquisition channels, and knowledge of American consumers, with a focus on LMI consumers.
In this article, Theresa Schmall addresses the opportunity for insurance providers to embrace innovative technology that benefits both businesses and customers alike. Read the article >>
Explore three major insurtech advances that could help more Americans weather financial shocks successfully, as well as potential pitfalls for insurers working to align business incentives with customer needs.
In this article, Sarah Parker discusses insights gained from the Financial Health Network’s research looking at the insurance needs of low- to moderate income Americans. She provides three main takeaways for the insurance industry about how to stay relevant in today’s changing landscape. Read the article >>
This infographic shows how low-to-middle income households prepare for and handle financial shocks.
The Financial Health Network presents our 2017 Financially Underserved Market Size Study that illustrates the growing opportunity to address the needs of financially underserved consumers and identifies significant trends driving marketplace evolution and growth.
By Sarah Parker, Director and Insurance Working Group Lead, Financial Health Network Navigating the hype cycle of the insurtech boom can be a challenge for any financial services veteran. To help us sort it out, I sat down with Wayne Allen, the COO of Insurance Thought Leadership. As an attorney, Wayne has advised entrepreneurs and…