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November is Long-Term Care Awareness Month

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What May Be the Repercussions of the Washington Cares Fund?

By Ken Leibow on 10/27/22 10:00 AM

Washington State’s “Washington Cares Fund” (WCF) imposes an uncapped 0.58% employee-paid payroll tax ($580 per $100,000 earned) to fund a $36,500 lifetime pool (intended to inflate, beginning in 2027, according to WA’s consumer price index) for long-term care received in WA by vested employees. A claimant must require help with at least 3 activities of daily living (11 ADLs are listed on WCF’s website).

Topics: Long-Term Care Legislation & Regulations Long-Term Care Insurance
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Stay on Top of Current Legislation with NAIFA's Get Out the Vote

By NAIFA on 7/28/22 10:00 AM

Do you know what laws have passed in your state legislature this year? As a financial services professional, knowing current and pending laws and regulations is essential.

Topics: Legislation & Regulations Federal Advocacy
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Staying Up To Date Using The Federal Register

By Dan Mangus, Vice President of Sales, Senior Marketing Specialists on 12/21/21 8:00 AM

As an advisor, your clients expect you to be up to date and on the cutting edge of items that would impact their financial and health future. Staying current can be a real challenge since our industry is changing faster than ever before. The actions of governmental agencies will either directly or indirectly affect everyone in our country, including you and your clients.

Topics: Legislation & Regulations
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NAIFA's Diane Boyle to Provide Policy Update For NAIFA's LECP Impact Week

By NAIFA on 11/1/21 3:59 PM

Decisions made by policymakers from Washington, D.C., to Washington state are impacting the way insurance and financial professionals are helping consumers plan for their long-term care needs. NAIFA's advocacy team, working with the Limited and Extended Care Planning Center's Legislative Working Group, which consists of LECP sponsors, insurers, NAIFA members, third-party administrators, distributors, and other stakeholders, is exploring and enhancing policy positions for NAIFA through the association’s government relations capabilities as it engages directly with lawmakers and regulators. NAIFA is the only association of insurance and financial professionals making an advocacy impact at the federal, interstate, and state levels, including in every state capital around the country.

Topics: Long-Term Care Legislation & Regulations Limited & Extended Care Planning Center Federal Advocacy
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NAIFA Advocacy Briefing: The Latest on the PRO Act

By NAIFA on 3/22/21 10:02 PM

Tuesday, March 23, at 11 am eastern

Topics: Advocacy Legislation & Regulations

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