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Why I Am in Washington, D.C.

As the members prepared for the meetings with lawmakers, several of them shared some of the reasons why they left their busy practices and traveled to Washington, D.C., to make their views known. Here are some of these reasons, in their own words:

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Preparing Members for Political Involvement

NAIFA is the only member association in the insurance and financial-services industry to have members in each congressional district in the United States. The grassroots capability for advocacy by our members is one of NAIFA’s greatest strengths, and it distinguishes NAIFA from all other industry associations.

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Legislative Forum: NAIFA Voices Matter

NAIFA Legislative Forum Presentation Edward and Lawrence Woods saw a threat to their industry and took it upon themselves to make a difference. The year was 1913 and there was great uncertainty over whether the new federal income tax would impact death benefits and dividends from life insurance products. Members of the National Association of Life Underwriters (today known as ...

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Howard Fineman on Politics: From the Top and the Inside

Howard Fineman, editorial director of The Huffington Post Media Group, shared with NAIFA members his insights on the upcoming presidential election and the state of politics. Speaking during the NAIFA general session on Sunday, Sept. 9, Fineman opinionated that he was surprised either presidential candidate, President Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, would win the election, considering how negative and accusatory ...

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NAIFA’s Robert Miller on ‘Educating the SEC’

The only fair thing you can ask from your legislator is to listen to your story. We just want our members to be able to tell our story about who we are, what we do, the impact that we have on the American economy, and what role insurance plays there.

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The Importance of COLI Best Practices

A recent article in Forbes magazine points out the potential tax liabilities for companies that take out employer-owned life insurance, also known as corporate-owned life insurance (COLI), policies on employees without following notification and consent requirements laid out by federal law.

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