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Joe Neary is a senior associate actuary with the Minneapolis office of Milliman. He joined the firm in 2016.
Prior to joining Milliman in June 2016, Joe graduated form the University of Minnesota where he majored in Mathematics and minored in Statistics and Economics.
Since joining Milliman, Joe's primary area of concentration has been long-term care insurance. He has assisted clients with in-force management, including state insurance department rate filings (both pre- and post-rate stability regulation), financial projections, experience analyses, and compliance issues. Joe's experience comprises both individual and group blocks of business.
2022. "Coinsurance for Long-term Care: Another viable benefit reduction option for rate increases?" Article published in Society of Actuaries LTC Section Newsletter, June 2022.