How Senior Mutual Insurance Can Help Reduce the Costs of Senior Care

mutuelle senior is a way for seniors to help reduce the costs of their care. However, there are other ways to lower the price tag on senior care. Regular exercise, a healthy diet, and a support system are just a few of the many things seniors can do to help cut the cost of senior care.

KASMA’s certificate of incorporation stated that it was formed “to provide burial benefits to surviving families of deceased members.” During the TYE, KASMA paid burial expenses for nonmember seniors who died with or without surviving family and left little money to cover funeral expenses.

When you’re sitting at home worrying about the mounting pile of bills to pay, it’s easy to lose sight of the big picture. Fact is, just as you’re in a new world of hurt, there are other people hurting as well. In this case, the people are the inventors in the insurance industry. They all bought shares in these big corporations when the prices were high, never thinking that the world could suddenly turn sour. Although it’s a mutual insurance company, let’s take State Farm as an example of what’s happening across the industry. This is one of the biggest insurance companies in the US and it’s just turned in an operating loss of $542 million for 2008. Its net worth just dropped a whole 16%. Now, you have to understand this company did not get caught up in mortgages of any prime. There were no securitised thises or derivative thats. This company has just been caught in the general collapse of stock exchange values.

To understand, we need to look at how insurance companies work. They charge most policy holders with a vehicle or a home a monthly premium. This brings in a small mountain of cash every month. That money is invested until it’s needed to pay out on claims. Some goes into fixed-income products. The rest goes into shares. As you may have noticed, the Dow and other stock exchange indexes have been in free-fall. The result is that State Farm has lost the capital value of the investments and, in many cases, no longer receives any income as interest or dividends. This might have been manageable except for this little thing called global warming that no-one believes causes hurricanes and other weather catastrophes. The last two years have seen an big increase in weather-damage claims. Put the loss of investment income and the unexpected rise in claims together and you turn a $5.46 billion profit in 2007 into a loss in 2008.