House Committee Approves Retirement Bill

The House Ways and Means Committee has approved a bill that would raise the age for required minimum distributions to 72, would make offering annuities easier for retirement plans and would broaden use of funds in 529 college-savings plans. The legislation has support from industry groups including NAIFA. Article Link

Are you a Top Advisor?

Top Advisor 2018-2019 Recognition Program The Leadership of NAIFA-Alabama would like to recognize and promote active members of NAIFA that have demonstrated a commitment to excellence. The Top Advisors program provides financial professionals at any career stage the opportunity to apply or be nominated for the following: Professionalism through education and earned designations Production measured by performance metrics customized for … Read More

NAIFA Alabama Day at the Capitol is April 2 from 2:00 – 8:00 pm, RSA Plaza, Montgomery

A featured speaker will be Advisor Cheryl Canzanella on the Opioid Crisis and How it Affects the Life Insurance Industry -See the calendar event in this website for reservations. AMERICAN HIGH Can financial advisers save clients from the financial ravages of opioid addiction? By Greg Iacurci and Elizabeth MacBride — August 5, 2017 -Investment News Ted Sarenski knew something was wrong. On … Read More

Congress Should Consider Real Solutions to Health Care Reform, not Buzzwords

by Sallie Bryant Last week, members of the House unveiled their Medicare for all bill, legislation that would largely overhaul the nation’s health care system. You don’t have to look far to see that access to health care is a priority for many nationally and especially here in Alabama. Our country has made strides to improve the health care system … Read More

The Partnership for America’s Health Care Future

The Partnership for America’s Health Care Future’s (PAHCF) mission is to improve what’s working and fix what’s broken in health care. We support building on the strength of employer-provided health coverage and preserving Medicare, Medicaid, and other programs that so many Americans depend on, so we can deliver affordability, expand options, improve access, and foster innovation. Every American deserves access … Read More

Millennial Business Owners More Likely To Work With Agents

 by Insurance News Net on Dec 11, 2018 9:15:00 AM  Photo by Helena Lopes  COLUMBUS, Ohio – Cautious Millennial business owners are more likely than other generations to work with insurance agents on a wide variety of insurance and financial issues, according to recent survey data. “Millennial business owners came of age during the 2008 recession—a time of economic crisis marked by uncertainty … Read More

Alabama Department of Insurance compares Short Term Health Insurance Plans to ACA Plans

                        Short‐Term Health Insurance Plan Information Presented as a courtesy from NAIFA Alabama to Alabama Advisors Short‐term limited duration plans are designed to fill temporary gaps in your insurance coverage, such as when you’re between jobs. They are generally considered to be major medical coverage; however, these plans only provide … Read More


 by Matt Wilson on Oct 4, 2018 5:34:54 PM #NAIFAproud Story | Matt Wilson I have been in the Financial Services industry since June of 2007. I waited a few years to join the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors through NAIFA-Birmingham but it was the best thing I have ever done in my professional career. I attended the meetings and … Read More

4 Ways to Make Videos without Appearing on Camera

4 Ways to Make Videos without Appearing on Camera  August 1, 2018 from Pinney Insurance Would you do more video marketing if you could make videos without appearing on camera? You can – and we’ll show you how. HubSpot Research tells us that 54% of consumers want to see more videos from brands. In fact, they want videos more than they … Read More