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NAIFA Also Is Concerned About State Issues

Investor-owned life insurance one of them

(AP Photos/Matt York)
(AP Photos/Matt York)

While dangers posed by Congress and federal regulators to life insurance professionals were a chief focus of the NAIFA Career Conference and Convention that concluded in Las Vegas on Tuesday, issues of concern at the state level also were aired.

Developments with respect to investor-owned life insurance, commission disclosure, state estate tax, among other areas, as well as NAIFA's efforts to roll back regulatory excesses, were covered during a Legislative Forum on Monday presented by NAIFA's Government Relations Team.

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