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Tuesday March 21, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM MDT
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Colorado State Capitol (Old Supreme Court Chamber) 
200 East Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80203
 

 
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Bob Lundy 
NAIFA-Colorado 
303-919-4494 
bob.lundy@naifacolorado.org 
 

                                                  2017 NAIFA-Colorado

                                                   Day on the Hill 

Join us for the 2017 NAIFA-Colorado Day on the Hill, March 21st, from 8:00am to 4:00pm,
in the Old Supreme Court Chambers, 2nd Floor of the State Capitol.

We will have morning refreshments, excellent guest speakers, lunch at Maggiano's,
and time to visit the House and Senate activities. Check the agenda below for more details.

Day on the Hill Agenda

8:00am       Check-In (refreshments available)

8:45am       Housekeeping

                    IFAPAC Drawing Announcement

                    Overview of the Capitol

9:15am       Attend the Legislative Sessions

10:30am     Reconvene in Supreme Court Chambers to discuss

                    important legislative matters in Colorado

11:30am      Lunch at Maggiano’s Little Italy

                    Luncheon Speaker: Michael Williams

1:30pm       NAIFA-Trustee Liaison Greg Toscano

2:00pm       Return to Capitol to attend Committee Hearings

3:30pm       Closing Remarks/IFAPAC Drawing

4:00pm       YAT Cocktail Reception                  

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Use these websites to enhance your financial services

Van Mueller, an insurance agent and writer, offers recommendations for top websites agents can use to enhance the services they provide.
Among the ones he recommends are Laurence Kotlikoff's maximizemysocialsecurity.com, Ed Slott's irahelp.com and Tom Hegna's website,
tomhegna.com.

LifeHealthPro (1/2)

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Early 401(k) advocates have reservations

Some initial supporters of the 401(k) for workers to prepare for retirement regret how the approach has turned out. Stock market losses,
high fees and lengthening lifespans have diminished benefits.

The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (1/2)

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Investment Trends

 

Commentary: Auto-portability could help boost minority 401(k) participation

Better access to 401(k)s and an increased focus on minority participation could help boost the number of accounts owned by minorities, writes
Tom Hawkins of Retirement Clearinghouse. Such efforts could create a lot of small-dollar accounts, Hawkins writes, a problem that could be solved
by auto-portability, which would allow the accounts to follow workers from job to job.

401(k) Specialist (12/27)

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Interest-rate, tax changes expected to dominate financial planning in 2017

Experts say financial planners and investors will be focused on interest-rate increases that will make fixed-income investments more attractive,
as well as proposed changes to estate and income taxes.

InsuranceNewsNet online (12/29)

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Policy Watch

 

SEC issues guidance on complying with Labor fiduciary rule

The Securities and Exchange Commission has released guidance on how firms can comply with the agency's legal requirements when changing
fee structures to comply with the US Labor Department's fiduciary rule. The SEC's statement focuses largely on disclosure to prospective buyers
of investment products.

PlanAdviser.com (12/30)

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Labor Department smooths path for annuities as qualified default options

The Labor Department has issued a letter clarifying the fact that annuities can be used in target date funds that are designated by 401(k) retirement
plans as qualified default investment options. Employers who take that approach should help plan participants understand the liquidity limitations
that come with using annuities, the letter said.

BenefitsPro.com (1/2), PlanAdviser.com (12/30)

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A Brief History of NAIFA-Colorado

NAIFA-Colorado, originally founded as the Colorado Association of Life Underwriters (CALU) in 1935, was based on the precept that those engaged in life underwriting occupy
the unique position of liaison between the purchasers and the suppliers of life and health insurance and closely-related financial products. Inherent in this role is the combination
of professional duty to the client and to the company, as well. Ethical balance is required to avoid any conflict between these two obligations.

NAIFA-Colorado’s mission:
NAIFA-Colorado is an organization of insurance and financial advisors whose purpose is to serve as an information resource, to promote ethical conduct, and to enhance
our professional skills and public image, and support our local associations.


The NAIFA-Colorado Board of Directors meets four times per year, promoting educational programming and continuing education. In addition, we promote advocacy through
legislative functions, including IFAPAC, APIC, Legislative Receptions, and a Day on the Hill. We also send representatives to the Division of Insurance’s Producers Advisory Council
to articulate our views on rules, regulations, and pending legislation, as it affects the field of insurance and financial planning.


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