There’s a tremendous gap in understanding between the general public and the insurance industry on liability, intentional and criminal acts, and insurability.
State lawmakers this week passed model legislation, which will replace the current suitability of annuities standard and impact producers’ training requirements likely by mid-June 2022.
Learn what’s known about the new compensation disclosure requirements for health insurance agents, which take effect on Dec. 27.
Review guidance from the Delaware Department of Labor to help clients comply with providing proof of workers’ compensation insurance under the Delaware Contractor Registration Act.
President Biden signed into law a continuing resolution to extend the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) through Feb. 18 – the 18th short-term extension since September 2017.
The IRS is attempting to help employers facing labor shortages by removing barriers that previously stopped them from rehiring retirees.
Artificial intelligence used in employment decisions will comply with federal anti-discrimination laws, according to a new initiative.
Plan on a several month delay for new regulations on investment advice provided to participants in 401(k) or similar retirement plans.
Prescription Drug and Health Care Spending – a new rule that spells out requirements for certain health plan sponsors and insurers to report annually the cost of prescription drugs and certain medical expenses – will not take effect until the end of 2022.
The IRS plans to extend the deadline for delivering ACA 1095 reporting forms to employees.