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NAIFA’s Carsrud Contributes to Capitol Hill Briefing on Retirement Issues

By NAIFA on 5/5/21 3:19 PM

Policy experts from industry associations, including NAIFA Assistant Vice President for Government Relations Judi Carsrud, provided congressional staff with a briefing on the defined contribution retirement system and how Congress can improve it. They explained some common challenges faced by employers providing plans and employees anxious about covering present-day expenses while saving for retirement.

Topics: Advocacy Retirement Legislative & Regulatory
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NAIFA Members Show Almost No Interest in Being Classified as “Employees”

By Mark Briscoe on 4/23/21 6:38 PM

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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New NAIFA Survey: What Was Your Path Into the Financial Services Industry?

By NAIFA on 4/23/21 2:54 PM

NAIFA’s advocacy educates and informs policymakers so they understand the important work insurance and financial professionals do to help American families and businesses achieve their financial goals and attain financial security. Well-informed officials make better decisions to serve NAIFA members and their clients as well as all Americans who seek financially secure futures.

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NAIFA Looks to Work With Congress on Paid Family Medical Leave Solutions

By NAIFA on 4/21/21 3:59 PM

NAIFA CEO Kevin Mayeux issued the following statement following a House Ways and Means Committee hearing on paid family medical leave:

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NAIFA Issues Statement on Confirmation of SEC Chair Gensler

By NAIFA on 4/14/21 5:32 PM

NAIFA CEO Kevin Mayeux, CAE, issued the following statement on the confirmation of Gary Gensler as chair of the SEC:

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NAIFA Invites All Financial Services Professionals to Attend Virtual Congressional Fly-In May 25-26

By NAIFA on 4/14/21 1:58 PM

NAIFA’s Congressional Congress, May 25-26, will be a virtual event featuring targeted advocacy training with briefings on legislative issues that affect members’ businesses, best practices for conducting congressional meetings, and tips for developing impactful long-term relationships with legislators.

Topics: Advocacy NAIFA Events Legislative & Regulatory Press Release
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NAIFA Urges DOL to Move Forward With Rule on Independent Contractor Status

By Mike Hedge on 4/13/21 2:17 PM

NAIFA has joined with industry partners to submit a comment letter to the Department of Labor (DOL) on the proposed withdrawal of the Independent Contractor Status rule under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The rule was published on January 7, 2021.

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NAIFA Experts Give Updates on the PRO Act

By NAIFA on 3/28/21 8:19 PM

NAIFA Senior Vice President Diane Boyle and Government Relations Director Michael Hedge spend part of their week keeping insurance and financial professionals up-to-date with the latest information on the PRO Act, where it stands, and how it could impact advisors.

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NAIFA’s Virtual Congressional Conference to Be May 25-26

By NAIFA on 3/26/21 3:29 PM

NAIFA’s Congressional Congress, May 25-26, will be a virtual event featuring targeted advocacy training with briefings on legislative issues that affect members’ businesses, best practices for conducting congressional meetings, and tips for developing impactful long-term relationships with legislators.

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Senate Extends the PPP Loan Application Until May 31st

By NAIFA on 3/25/21 6:49 PM

On March 25, the Senate passed 92-7 legislation to extend the deadline for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan applications to May 31. The program has issued 7.5 million loans totaling $687 billion to small businesses during the last year, according to the Small Business Administration (SBA). The bill would also allow the agency an extra month to process applications after the program closes.

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