The first half of 2019 was by most measures financially successful. Revenue and capital both rose in 2019:1H. Net premiums earned grew by 3.8 percent and policyholders’ surplus rose by 5.4 percent over its level at the end of the first half of 2018, ending at $802.2 billion.
The vehicle you own, your personal priorities and your budget all factor into your unique auto insurance needs. Before comparing policies and insurers, evaluate how you use your car and what risks you face to figure out what options make the best sense for you.
Rating variables are an indispensable tool for setting the cost of insurance and restricting their use can have unintended consequences, according to a new paper released jointly by the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) and the Insurance Information Institute.
INSURANCE SCORE- Insurance scores are confidential rankings based on credit information. This includes whether the consumer has made timely payments on loans, the number of open credit card accounts and whether a bankruptcy filing has been made. An insurance score is a measure of how well consumers manage their financial affairs, not of their financial assets. It does not include information about income or race.
Studies have shown that people who manage their money well tend also to manage their most important asset, their home, well. And people who manage their money responsibly also tend to handle driving a car responsibly. Some insurance companies use insurance scores as an insurance underwriting and rating tool.
SINGLE PREMIUM ANNUITY- An annuity that is paid in full upon purchase.See Full Glossary
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