From $3.51 per $100 of payroll in 2012, the highest of any state, Alaska is closer to the national median for workers’ comp costs at $1.95 per $100 of payroll.
Yoshi Ogawa from the Alaska General Office of New York Life is listed by Forbes among its Top Financial Security Professionals Best-in-State for 2022.
IMA Financial Group, a North American insurance brokerage firm specializing in risk management, insurance, wholesale brokerage, and wealth management, has acquired Washington-based Parker, Smith & Feek to expand its brokerage services in the Pacific Northwest, Alaska and Hawaii.
SPONSORED BY PARKER, SMITH & FEEK: There are exciting new health insurance options for small businesses in Alaska being offered through group association plans that allow smaller companies to access health insurance savings.
About 200 agencies that sell Safeco Insurance in the United States earn the President’s Award each year, which celebrates their success with Safeco.
Cancel and Interruption for Any Reason Coverage: The Difference Between Two Flexible Travel Insurance Options
Travel insurance expert Jeremy Murchland explains CFAR and IFAR and how they can protect travelers and their wallets.
Through this partnership, The Alliance is able to offer their members large group employer benefits to member groups as small as two persons.
Moda Health, in partnership with Associated Industries, is now offering Association Health Plans in Alaska.
Moda’s Individual plans feature a comprehensive network and a broad range of health services including Fitbit programs and telehealth support.
“This is the second year in a row that we are seeing significant savings in Workers’ Compensation system costs which will continue to benefit businesses across Alaska with reduced insurance premiums,” says Dr. Tamika Ledbetter, Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner.