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Joseph Belth to Receive the 2017 John Newton Russell Memorial Award

The life insurance industry’s highest honor will be presented at NAIFA’s Performance + Purpose Conference in September as a tribute to his more than 50 years of service and dedication to the industry. FALLS CHURCH, Va. (August 16, 2017) – The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) is proud to announce Joseph M. Belth, CLU, Ph. D., Editor ...

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NAIFA’s Advisor Today Recognizes Outstanding Advisors with ‘Four Under Forty’ Award

Profiles of winners appear in September/October 2017 issue of Advisor Today FALLS CHURCH, Va. (August 16, 2017) — Advisor Today magazine has recognized four financial advisors with the “Four Under Forty Award,” given annually to four outstanding advisors who achieve excellence in their profession by or before the age of 40. The advisors will be profiled in the September/October 2017 ...

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Call for Nominations for NAIFA’s 2017 Diversity Champion Award

NAIFA is seeking nominations for the 2017 Diversity Champion Award, which recognizes NAIFA members who demonstrate exceptional efforts in promoting inclusion and full participation of diverse people in the insurance and financial-services profession. All nominations must be received on or before August 7, 2017. All NAIFA members in good standing are eligible to apply for this prestigious award, which will ...

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NAIFA Board proposes adoption of new bylaws

Dear Colleagues: Today, with this message, NAIFA Secretary Jill Judd notifies the secretaries of NAIFA state and local associations of the Board of Trustees’ proposal to adopt a new set of national bylaws that incorporate recommendations from the NAIFA 20/20 Quality Member Experience (QME) task force. As you know, the task force – appointed by the board last year to ...

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NAIFA names Kevin Ross 2017 Young Advisors Team Leader of the Year

NAIFA–Northern Colorado Member is the Eighth Recipient of the Award NAIFA has named Kevin Ross, the 2017 Young Advisors Team Leader of the Year. Ross, 38, is an agency owner of American Family Life Insurance Company, past president and current national committeeperson of NAIFA–Northern Colorado, and government relations chair and past president of NAIFA–Colorado. “I would like to congratulate Kevin ...

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NAIFA Announces Nominees for Leadership Positions

Members will be able to hear from nominees for Secretary and the Board of Trustees prior to their formal election in Orlando this September. The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors’ Committee on Governance has nominated Cammie K. Scott, LUTCF, REBC, RHU, of CK Harp and Associates in Springdale, Ark., for the position of 2017-2018 NAIFA Secretary. The Committee ...

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Coalition Encourages Americans to Rethink Retirement

Every day, thousands of Baby Boomers enter their retirement years. They are, unfortunately, members of a generation who are largely unsure of their financial future. For the past seven years, Insured Retirement Institute (IRI) research has discovered that Baby Boomers’ confidence in their financial preparations for retirement is steadily dropping. In 2017, only 22% of Baby Boomers feel adequately financially ...

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Dougherty Receives NAIFA-Greater Washington Legacy Award

NAIFA-National President Paul Dougherty was honored yesterday by NAIFA-Greater Washington and the Greater Washington Foundation of Insurance and Financial Advisors as the 2017 Legacy Award recipient. The Legacy Award was created in 2009 to combine the traditions and prestige of the 63-year Bernard L. Wilner and the 41-year Harry L. Myers -Victor E. Brandrup awards to recognize an individual for ...

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Frank Luntz Delivers Politically Charged Wit and Wisdom at NAIFA’s P+P

Frank Luntz, the noted political consultant and pollster, entertained and enlightened attendees at NAIFA’s Performance + Purpose conference Monday with his humorous commentary on contemporary U.S. politics. He also provided insights into the use of language and how the specific words we use determine how our audience receives our message. The biggest mistake the voting public makes when assessing political ...

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