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NAIFA to Revise, Modernize Bylaws

May 22, 2018

NAIFA National Council Supports Board, Task Force Recommendations to Modernize National Bylaws  In a National Council meeting convened earlier today, NAIFA delegates voted to approve a revision of the NAIFA national bylaws, as proposed by the Board of Trustees, based on the recommendations of the NAIFA Quality Member Experience Task Force. The proposal was to be considered at the NAIFA  Performance + Purpose  Conference in September 2017, which was cancelled due to Hurricane Irma. Today...

NAIFA Members Convene for Congressional Conference

May 15, 2018

NAIFA Members to Meet with Lawmakers to Advocate for Policies   That Encourage Americans to Save for Retirement, Protect Against Risks Industry’s largest Day on the Hill to bring together more than 800 insurance and financial  advisors at NAIFA Congressional Conference; Reps. Lahood, Sanchez on agenda Washington – With more than 10,000 Americans on track to reach retirement age every day, members of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors will meet with thei...

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Promote Financial Literacy 12 Months a Year

April 27, 2018

Dear friends,   Financial Literacy Month is nearing an end, but Americans’ need to understand their personal finances and make smart decisions with their money is more enduring than a passing April shower. Financial literacy is a cause that NAIFA members support year round.   Watch NAIFA’s Take 3 Video on Financial Literacy Now!   In our newest NAIFA Take 3 video, I talk about how insurance and financial advisors provide crucial financial literacy education to consumers and h...

NAIFA CEO: SEC Proposal Highlights NAIFA Advocacy Work

April 24, 2018

Dear friends,   The Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed regulations to require broker-dealers and their registered representatives to act in the best interests of their retail investment clients. Under the rules, advisors would have to be upfront with clients about their business model, fee structures, and nature of the client-advisor relationship as well as mitigate or disclose conflicts of interest.   NAIFA generally supports a best interest standard for advisors to p...

NAIFA Supports Lengthening 90-Day Limit on Short-Term Health Plans

April 19, 2018

Short-term, limited-duration insurance (STLDI) provides consumers with temporary, basic, affordable health insurance coverage, often at times they are in dire need of insurance and facing setbacks in their careers or finances. These policies also benefit people who are undergoing less stressful life transitions.   STLDI plans provide necessary stop-gap coverage health insurance while consumers shop for more comprehensive plans or until they are able to join group plans. Sometimes STLDI fi...