NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Sep 16, 2013) - Stock Market Media Group, a research and content development investor relations firm, has released a new report and issued a Speculative Buy Rating on INSCOR, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: IOGA) a company specializing in providing significant funding solutions to municipalities and other government entities that face underfunded liabilities associated with employee's retirement benefits.

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In a new report, Stock Market Media Group looks at the company's new CEO, discusses what should be a very strong future starting with the revenues INSCOR will begin receiving in the fast approaching fourth quarter from a multi-million dollar contract it recently signed, and further defines INSCOR's bread and butter product in its Financed Insurance Trust (FIT) plan that could find itself front and center as more and more of the nation's cities face bankruptcy.

The fourth quarter is just weeks away, and INSCOR is on the doorstep to what should be a great future for the company and its shareholders. The company's innovative new CEO has INSCOR on course to receive its first revenues from a contract he signed that will drive $36 million in revenues in the first year and more than $200 million by the third year.

With the city of Detroit becoming the largest U.S. city to file for bankruptcy recently, the company's specially designed FIT plans could begin to get a lot more attention. INSCOR has created what may be the only low-cost solution to funding retiree and other employee benefits without raising taxes or issuing new bonds with their tailored FIT OPEB plans. The company also markets a variation of the plan to affluent individuals, professional athletes and entertainers.

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