NAIFA Senior Vice President for Government Relations Diane Boyle reported that NAIFA’s virtual Congressional Conference in late May, held completely online, had a substantial impact. Nearly 1,350 registered participants representing every state participated in advocacy training, received policy briefings, and held 100 virtual meetings with Senators or members of their office staff.
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More than 90% of NAIFA members have income reported to the government on IRS Form 1099, and very few of them show any appetite for giving up their status as independent contractors, according to a recent survey.
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Iowa and Arizona are the first states to introduce measures that would implement a model standard of care for annuity sales developed by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). NAIFA chapters in both states successfully advocated for the NAIC model.
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NAIFA CEO Kevin Mayeux is set to testify tomorrow before the Massachusetts Securities Division concerning the state’s proposed fiduciary duty for insurance and financial professionals (i.e., proposed amendments to 950 CMR 12.200). He will testify on behalf of NAIFA’s national organization and the NAIFA-Massachusetts state chapter.