During the August Congressional Recess, NAIFA members are meeting with the Representatives and Senators in their home districts to amplify NAIFA's grassroots advocacy message.
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NAIFA members are excellent advocates on behalf of their colleagues, clients, and communities because they live in cities, towns, and counties across the country. They comprise NAIFA's Grassroots Army and, along with our experienced staff, engage decisionmakers at every level of the legislative and regulatory system.
To ensure successful outcomes and fulfill the commitment to protect our members and the Main Street families they serve, NAIFA engages all three branches of government with an “all of the above” strategy.
We urge strong legislation and regulations that protect consumers and the industry and suggest alternatives to laws and rules that could carry harmful or unintended consequences. When necessary, we turn to litigation and the court system to protect our members and their clients.
NAIFA advocacy is working to ensure state laws and regulations do not adversely impact advisors, their clients or other consumers.
SEC proposal would provide greater protection and a higher standard of care for consumers.
NAIFA encourages lawmakers and regulators to be certain that all levels of investors have access to affordable, reliable advice.
NAIFA supports proposals to increase consumer options in the LTCI market and incentivize the purchase of LTCI coverage.
NAIFA encourages Congress to pass the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act, commonly known as the SECURE Act.
NAIFA supports policy that encourages Americans to protect the financial security of their families.
NAIFA outlines proposals that should form the basis of legislation that would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
'Policymakers' proposed changes to Medigap coverage would have a negative impact on seniors who rely on this important coverage option.