It Pays to Be a Member

NAIFA launches new ACA resource site

Dear NAIFA Members, On October 1st, 2013, the installation of our new national board will be happening at our national conference in San Antonio. We are humbled and honored to serve our members. We have been counting down the days with great anticipation toward continuing leadership and advocacy efforts for our great federation on behalf of the industry. We know ...

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NAIFA gets ‘Good Housekeeping’ nod

In an article on “Health Insurance for the Self-Employed,” Good Housekeeping magazine cites NAIFA and NAHU as valid sources for information about a small-group insurance plan: From the magazine: “A group plan for your business: If you hire an employee (or your spouse), you may be eligible to buy a small-group insurance plan. A full-service insurance brokerage can generally help ...

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NAIFA’s Juli McNeely to LifePro advisors: ‘Tell our Story’

NAIFA Secretary Juli McNeely and LifePro President Bill Zimmerman teamed up Tuesday to brief LifePro advisors on how the challenges facing the industry relate to the value of joining NAIFA. In a session at the San Diego-based general agency’s conference of 250 advisors, McNeely updated LifePro advisors on NAIFA’s grassroots efforts to educate legislators about the importance of maintaining the ...

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NAIFA’s advocacy work is keeping me in business.

There is no other organization that is on watch for us the way NAIFA is. NAIFA gives me the opportunity to interact with legislators on the state and federal level. The amount I pay for my NAIFA membership is not in proportion to what I receive – in advocacy work alone.

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Thank you, NAIFA

Perhaps the greatest benefit of what we all do is the friendship that grows from the professional relationships formed through NAIFA.

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4 Under 40: In Step with a Winner – Adam Solano

Since he won the Four Under Forty Award three years ago, Adam Solano has been a busy man. He has spoken at industry gatherings, acquired a couple of agencies, and improved the operational efficiency of his firm to enhance his clients’ experiences. Here are his thoughts on what it takes to move ahead.

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