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Humana Q3 GAAP consolidated pretax income $799 million

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Humana   Lower pretax earnings

Humana reported earnings for the third quarter ended September 30, 2017.

The GAAP consolidated pretax income for Q3 2017 of $799 million declined $103 million, or 11 percent, compared to GAAP consolidated pretax income of $902 million in Q3 2016.

This is primarily due to charges associated with voluntary and involuntary workforce reduction programs and lower pretax earnings in the Healthcare Services segment, partially offset by year-over-year improvement in earnings for the company’s Group and Specialty and Retail segments as well as its Individual Commercial business.

The Adjusted consolidated pretax income for Q3 2017 of $915 million declined $23 million, or 2 percent, versus $938 million in Q3 2016 primarily reflecting the same factors impacting the GAAP comparison, while excluding the impact of the items detailed in the consolidated pretax income table above.

GAAP consolidated pretax income for YTD 2017 of $3.53 billion increased $1.49 billion, or 73 percent, from $2.04 billion in YTD 2016.

The increase primarily reflects the net gain associated with the terminated merger agreement, mainly the break-up fee recognized in the first quarter of 2017, along with the year-over-year improvement in earnings for the company’s Individual Commercial, Retail, and Group and Specialty segments.

These increases were partially offset by lower pretax earnings in the Healthcare Services segment in YTD 2017 and the recording of charges associated with voluntary and involuntary workforce reduction programs in Q3 2017.

The Adjusted consolidated pretax income for YTD 2017 of $2.61 billion increased $195 million, or 8 percent, versus $2.41 billion in YTD 2016 primarily reflecting the same factors impacting the GAAP comparison, while excluding the impact of some items.


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