Helping the Uninsurable

A new insurance technology company has released a new life insurance product for citizens in the UK. One of the largest life insurance companies, Royal London, has created this product to aid people who are deemed “uninsurable” because of pre-existing conditions. Those who are specifically targeted for this new product are people who have been diagnosed with diabetes and HIV… Read more →

Robert Taurosa Fabric Health Insurance App

Fabric Health Insurance App

Lately, it seems as if the life insurance industry is adapting to the 21st century’s obsession with technology. Several applications have released over the last few years that are aimed at not only simplifying the process, but also appealing to a younger demographic. And with reports of millennials not purchasing life insurance—they are far too concerned with paying off financial… Read more →

Robert Taurosa Are Millennials Not Purchasing Life Insurance?

Are Millennials Not Purchasing Life Insurance?

The world, for as old as it is, has seen billions of human beings come and go. There have been too many generations to count, and there are currently six generations still alive today: The Greatest Generation, The Silent Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z. And now, millennials are either in their prime for purchasing life insurance,… Read more →

Robert Taurosa Climbing the Ladder of Digital Insurance

Climbing the Ladder of Digital Insurance

As I’ve mentioned before in previous blogs, technology is tightening its grasp on our everyday lives. We are in the midst of a technological revolution where companies and industries who once believed they could survive without technology are now finding themselves inundated by it. And in order to survive, they must adapt. Now, this may sound rather dramatic, but it… Read more →

Robert Taurosa Do People Truly Understand their Health Insurance?

Do People Truly Understand their Health Insurance?

Even though health insurance is an important aspect of life, few people fully understand what it entails. Since the institution of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), all United States citizens are required to have health insurance coverage, either through ACA or a private insurer, or they’re forced to pay a penalty. A poll conducted a few years ago reveals that… Read more →