Get the latest Update on Obamacare and Other Benefit Issues at the Joe Vincent Management Seminar

Once again, this year’s Joe Vincent Management Seminar, Jan. 29-31 in Austin, includes a track especially for members working in the Life & Health Benefits segment of the industry.

During Sunday’s industry update session, Frost compliance consultant Jessica Watts will provide an overview of important industry issues. Jessica is a member of the Legislative Council for the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU), co-chairs the Compliance Corner working group, and serves as the Texas Association of Health Underwriters (TAHU) Director of State Legislative Affairs.

Monday afternoon at Joe Vincent features two sessions dedicated to benefits and healthcare issues. First, Dave Evans with IIABA will discuss the opportunities and challenges of the new DOL Fiduciary Rule. The rule requires new advice standards for retirement accounts. Attendees will learn how heightened regulations affect your agency as well as strategies for successfully navigating the new legal environment. Then Elizabeth Allen, VP for Benefits Compliance and Counsel for National Financial Partners, will delve further into the ACA chaos as well as an overview of key compliance issues that continue to be a major challenge for benefit agents and their clients. Elizabeth previously spent five years as an investigator for the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration.

Then Elizabeth Allen, VP for Benefits Compliance and Counsel for National Financial Partners, will delve further into the ACA chaos as well as an overview of key compliance issues that continue to be a major challenge for benefit agents and their clients. Elizabeth previously spent five years as an investigator for the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration.

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