Another short post today. There’s too much bracketball to watch today. Breakfast – Roasted chickpeas and veggies Lunch – Ampaipitakwong Fried Rice (aka Pete’s), egg roll (yes, it does resemble last night’s dinner) Dinner – Chicken fajitas I enjoyed tracking my meals this week and learned a lot. I no longer need to track consumption like […]
Short post today. The Boss is Back and there will be Boss directed activities to be done today. Even More Things I Learned This Week Rock hard green avocados ripen faster when placed in a bowl with very ripe spotted bananas. Fresh grapes satisfy my sweet tooth. I forgot to weigh myself this morning. “Daily […]
Friday 3/24 After 47 years as a cardiologist with 200,000 patient visits, I can firmly say that vegans are my healthiest patients. I certainly agree with you it is not easy. My position is that 90% vegan which is 19 of 21 meals a week will do just fine. Foods should be, prior to preparation, […]
I just found this. The file is dated 12.26.2017. No wonder why the cumin, paprika, parsley, salt and pepper are missing.
Thurs 3/23 Update 5:25 pm I’m learning a lot about myself this week from tracking my meals. Since The Boss is away my meals and eating habits are totally my own. I don’t have to think about, shop for, plan or cook with someone else’s preferences in mind. I like not having regularly scheduled meals. […]
6 thoughts on “Prudential Suspends 30-Year Term Life Insurance Until June”
Is there anyway to access this without subscribing to Feedly? I’m curious, does the suspension mean the sale of new policies?
I couldn’t find the actual press release. But according to my news feed it wasn’t much. Here is the company’s full statement:
Prudential is focused on helping customers with their life insurance needs in this challenging time. The product changes announced last week are in response to the unprecedented market volatility over the past month and the anticipated low interest rate environment for the foreseeable future. Moving forward we will maintain a prudent financial approach, continuously evaluating our product portfolio and making adjustments that enable us to continue to deliver for our customers.
Yes, suspension means the company has stopped selling their 30 year term plan.
Thank you. And I assume if you die they will still pay out on existing policies? I don’t have Prudential, but I do have life insurance.
Yes. Death claims will be paid as contractual obligations. Once a life insurance policy is issued it becomes a contract.
Do you think any multi billionaires such as Bloomberg, Gates, Buffet, Bezos might step in to help to save the country’s economy?
The Gates Foundation is stepping up and has pledged $10 billion over the next 10 years towards vaccine development. But I don’t see any B’s throwing money at saving the economy.