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Weiss Ratings Guide to Health Insurers
FINANCIAL STRENGTH RATINGS OF 1,600 HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANIES

Weiss Ratings Guide to Health Insurers rates the financial stability of the nation’s
health insurers, with financial strength ratings of more than 1,600 providers, including Medicare supplement and long-term care insurers, health maintenance organizations (HMOs) and all of the Blue Cross/Blue Shield plans.

  • Updated quarterly in print and monthly online with the most current data.
  • Index of Companieslisting over 1,600 health insurance companies operating within the U.S. (rated and unrated).
  • Available in print and online database formats.
  • Analysis of Largest Companies – These summaries consist of several key components: Financial Strength Rating, Major Rating Factors, Number of Member Physicians, Enrollment, and Principal Investments. Complete contact information is also listed, and detailed graphs and charts are provided to help users fully understand all data.
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  • Weiss Recommended Companies – U.S. health insurers that have been awarded a Financial Strength Rating between A+ and B+.
  • Special sections on Long-term Care Insurers and Medicare Supplement Insurance.
  • A six section appendix includes: Risk-Adjusted Capital, Long-Term Care Insurance Planner, Medicare Prescription Drug Planner, Recent Industry Failures, State Contact Information, and a Glossary.

The financial strength of an insurer is an important factor to consider when making the decision to purchase a policy or change companies. Using these independent, unbiased ratings, users can be sure they are working with a company they can trust. This resource is a must for insurance brokers, and will be a well-used addition to the reference collection of all public libraries.
“Offers lucid analyses of nearly 1,600 companies, basing qualitative assessments on various factors, including risky investment holdings, premiums paid out, and long-term fiscal responsibility… Highly recommended for public libraries.” 
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Also Available: Weiss Ratings Medicare Supplement Insurance Buyers' Guide
This PDF report is individually customized for each user, based on their age, gender and zip code. Filled with need-to-know information, the report is written in an easy-to-follow style and provides all the information users will need to:
  • Learn What Medicare Does and Does Not Cover
  • Explore Their Options
  • Pick a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan that is Right for Them
  • Compare Rates for each Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan
  • Locate the Best Insurers
  • Find an Authourized Agent
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Weiss Ratings Guide to Life & Annuity Insurers
FINANCIAL STRENGTH RATINGS OF OVER 650 LIFE & ANNUITY INSURERS

Weiss Ratings Guide to Life & Annuity Insurers provides ratings and analysis on over 650 life an annuity insurers, including companies providing life insurance, annuities, guaranteed investment contracts (GICs) and other pension products.

  • Updated quarterly in print and monthly online to provide the latest data.
  • Index of Companies is comprised of an alphabetical listing of all rated and unrated U.S life and annuity insurers, containing key rating factors and an investment portfolio analysis for all insurers.
  • Available in print and online database formats.
  • Analysis of Largest Companies is comprised of an alphabetical listing of all rated and unrated U.S life and annuity insurers, containing key rating factors and an investment portfolio analysis for all insurers. Components of the analyses include: Financial Strength Rating, Major Rating Factors, Principal Business, and Principal Investments. Complete contact information is also listed.
  • Recommended Companies – These are U.S. life and annuity insurers that have been awarded a Financial Strength Rating between A+ and B+.
  • Rated and Unrated Life and Annuity Insurers. Companies are ranked by Financial Strength Rating, and then listed alphabetically within each rating category.
  • Index of Companies by Rating & Rating Upgrades & Downgrades
  • Four Appendices: State Guaranty Associations, Risk-Adjusted Capital, Recent Industry Failures and Glossary.
A life insurance policy or annuity is only as secure as the insurance company issuing it. This guide is perfect for those who are considering the purchase of a life insurance policy, placing money in an annuity, or advising clients about insurance and annuities, and will be a valued resource for public libraries of all sizes.
“The value in this guide is that it interprets the data and develops ratios and indexes that the reader must compare to norms. This resource is highly recommended for insurance collections in special libraries, medium and large public libraries, and medium and large academic libraries.” –ARBA
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Weiss Ratings Guide to Property & Casualty Insurers
FINANCIAL STRENGTH RATINGS OF 2,700 PROPERTY & CASUALTY INSURERS

Weiss Ratings Guide to Property and Casualty Insurers is the only resource that provides independent, unbiased ratings and analyses on the 2,700 insurers offering auto & homeowners, business, worker’s compensation, product liability, medical malpractice and other professional liability insurance in the United States.

  • Updated quarterly in print and monthly online to offer the most current information.
  • Index of Companies is comprised of an alphabetical listing of all rated and unrated property and casualty insurers in the United States, and contains key rating factors and performance measures for all insurers.
  • Analysis of Largest Companies contains rating factors, historical data, and general information on each of the 450 largest property and casualty insurers in the U.S. that have the most recent quarterly financial information available.
  • Recommended Companies - These are U.S. property and casualty insurers that have been awarded a Financial Strength Rating between A+ and B+.
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  • Index of Companies by Rating & Rating Upgrades & Downgrades.
  • Five section appendix including, State Guaranty Associations, a list of State Contact Information, details about Risk-Adjusted Capital, a lit of Recent Industry Failures, and a Glossary.
  • Available in print and online database formats.
Consumers have a lot of options when selecting a property and casualty insurer. By utilizing the financial strength ratings in Weiss Ratings Guide to Property & Casualty Insurers, users can make sure that they are choosing a company that will be there when they need them. This important resource will prove useful to insurance brokers along with the reference collections of all public libraries.
“Weiss Ratings has an excellent reputation and this title is held by hundreds of libraries. This guide is recommended for public and academic libraries.” –ARBA
"Protecting Seniors from Financial Abuse"
Be organized, proactive, and aware to protect yourself, family and friends from financial abuse.

It’s easier than ever to handle our finances without setting foot inside a bank with so many advances in technology, but these changes have also made fraud and financial abuse a prevalent problem for older adults. Most elder financial abuse involves scams, forgery, identity theft, or undue pressure to give someone access to property or funds by simply providing information over the phone. Older adults are often targeted for such exploitation because they may be perceived as trusting, they may be cognitively impaired, they may have more funds available after a lifetime of saving, and potentially less exposure to technological advances.
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