Health care reform may not be dead in Congress after all, and there could be some good news for the industry on the fiduciary rule front.
September 2017 |
During a frenetic week in July, the
Department of Labor filed a brief
defending its fiduciary rule, as well as
a Request For Information signaling
its willingness to amend the rule.
We explain how the DOL came to
seemingly opposite conclusions.
August 2017 |
The fiduciary rule began taking effect,
but it is far from a done deal.
July 2017 |
Health care and tax reform are two issues that the new president is trying to push through Congress, while the fiduciary rule might be too far along to be reversed.
June 2017 |
The American Health Care Act does
nothing to address agent compensation,
but industry groups say the bill is a step
in the right direction toward fixing the
health care law.
April 2017 |
Industry Representatives Like AHCA But Await Deeper Reform
The American Health Care Act does nothing to address agent compensation, but industry groups say the bill is a step in the right direction toward fixing the health care law.
April 2017 |
DOL Fiduciary Rule Defies Industry, GOP Attempts to Kill It. Donald J. Trump is learning how hard it is to kill a regulation.
March 2017 |
Trade organizations are fighting to make sure agents are included in discussions to reshape the Affordable Care Act.
February 2017 |
Fixed indexed annuities continue a
winning streak but other lines are not as
January 2017 |
With just four months to go before the Department of Labor fiduciary rules begin taking effect, the agency is providing some much-needed clarity.
December 2016 |