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Besides being a safety hazard for yourself and other drivers, distracted driving offenses could be a factor in your vehicle insurance premiums, according to Ken Selzer, CPA, Kansas Commissioner of Insurance.(Read Consumer Alert )
Every day nearly 10,000 Baby Boomers enter their retirement years, according to the Insured Retirement Institute (IRI). Unfortunately, their confidence in their financial preparations for retirement, including insurance, has been steadily dropping; a recent IRI survey said barely 25 percent of them were optimistic about their upcoming financial situation. (Read Consumer Alert )
Insurance fraud affects everyone because its costs are passed on to consumers and businesses through higher premiums. Stopping insurance fraud can help keep money in your pocket.(Read Insurance Matters )
More than half of the 28 million small businesses in the United States are home-based, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. But without proper insurance planning, even the most promising home-based businesses risk financial hardship.(Read Consumer Alert )
Most Kansans realize that March through September are the storm-season months in our state. Living in Kansas can mean beautiful sunsets and wonderful views, but it can also mean damaging winds, hail, flooding, earthquakes and tornadoes.(Read Insurance Matters )
Ken Selzer, CPA, Kansas Commissioner of Insurance, said today the Kansas Insurance Department is assessing the impact of possible data hacking of health insurance policyholders in Kansas as a result of the cyber attack which targeted Anthem, Inc., the nationís second largest health insurance company. (Read News Release )
Kansas Insurance Department personnel continue to monitor and assess the impact of the online data breach of Anthem, Inc., the second-largest health insurance company in the United States. (Read News Release )
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