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NAIFA-DALLAS PROGRAM
NAIFA-DALLAS AND OUR
2010-11 PROGRAM SPONSOR
are proud to present
The
Financial
Advisor
News
of
NAIFA-Dallas
Founded in 1913 as the
Dallas Association of
Life Underwriters
(DALU)
NAIFA-DALLAS
PROGRAM
April 28, 2011
We invite you to join us as we
announce and honor:
&
2010 ADVISOR OF THE YEAR
2010 O.C. JACKSON
HALL OF FAME
(see page 5)
2011-12 NAIFA-Dallas Official Board Ballot
and Proposed Bylaws Amendments Inside!
VOTE!
Connections
that Count
Vol. 83, No. 8
April 2011
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Website at:
www.naifadallas.org
See pages 8 & 9 ➔
Need Continuing Education? . . . . . . . . . . .
see page 5
2010-11 President’s Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . .
see page 7
2011-12 NAIFA-Dallas Board Ballot &
Proposed Bylaws Amendments . . . . . . . . see pages 8-9
Race for CE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . see pages 10-11
NAIFA-Dallas Golf Tournament
. . . . . see pages 12-13
2010-11 NAIFA-Dallas Programs . . . . . .
see page 14
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THE FINANCIAL ADVISOR NEWS OF NAIFA-DALLAS 4/11
REGISTRATION FORM
NAIFA-DALLAS PROGRAM
2010-11 Program Sponsor: The Plus Group (see page 5)
DateTime Location
Cost
❑ 4/28/11
11:30 am
❑ $20.00 Pre-registered 2011 NAIFA-Dallas Members & their guests
❑ $25.00 at the Door
❑ $30.00 Non-members
❑ 2010-11 Meal Plan
❑ 2010-11 President’s Cabinet-Prepaid
Prestonwood Country Club
15909 Preston Road
Dallas, TX 75248
Announcement of 2010 Advisor of the Year and 2010 O.C. Jackson Hall of Fame
CE PROGRAM Following NAIFA-Dallas Luncheon at Prestonwood C.C. (see page 5)
DateTime Course
❑ 4/28/11
1:30-2:30 pm
(1 Hr CE)
Member/Non-Member
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Moderated by: Neil McGlone, Don Whigham and Diane Harrington
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Location
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6:30 p.m. Dinner
Sponsorship Opportunities: (see page 13 for sponsor benefits)
❑ Gold Sponsor $2,000
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MAIL TO: NAIFA–Dallas, 9101 LBJ Freeway, Suite 450, Dallas, Texas 75243 OR FAX: (972) 934-1217
OR EMAIL: [email protected] OR ONLINE: www.naifadallas.org
No refunds unless 24-hour cancellation notice is given.
THE FINANCIAL ADVISOR NEWS OF NAIFA-DALLAS 4/11
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2010-11 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OFFICERS
DIRECTORS
President
John M. Connally, LUTCF
Ayres Financial Group
(972) 612-7196 phone
(972) 519-0457 fax
Professional Development
Laura Biesemeyer, FLMI
Summit Alliance Companies
(972) 884-6156 phone
(972) 888-1614 fax
[email protected]
[email protected]
President-Elect
Steve Anderson, LUTCF
Mutual of Omaha Companies
(972) 424-0484 x238 phone
(972) 424-0307 fax
Government Relations
Grover Brillhart
Ayres Financial Group
(972) 980-9600 phone
(972) 980-8515 fax
[email protected]
[email protected]
Secretary
Beverly A. Norman
Aetna Small Group
(469) 222-6055 phone
(860) 754-1959 fax
Planning & Development
Claudia Foraker, NRCMA
Insurmed Services
(972) 404-8113 phone
(972) 404-8116 fax
[email protected]
[email protected]
Treasurer/Chief Investment Officer
Mel Meyers, CLU, ChFC, AEP
Penn Mutual
(972) 980-9600 phone
(972) 980-8515 fax
Programs
Dwight R. Otto, CLU, ChFC
Principal Financial Group
(214) 350-4455 phone
(214) 350-9492 fax
[email protected]
[email protected]
Immediate Past President
A. Andra Grava, CLU, RHU
Union Central
(972) 774-9663 phone
(972) 774-1792 fax
Membership
Corey R. Pride, ChFC, CRPS, QPFC
Transamerica Retirement Services
(214) 334-7645 phone
(888) 633-7834 fax
[email protected]
[email protected]
National Committeeman
Stephen L. Harris, CLU, ChFC
Stephen L. Harris, CLU & Assoc.
(972) 680-2777 phone
(972) 680-2780 fax
Professional Designations
Joseph Radovic, CLU, ChFC, CFP
Ackley Financial Group
(469) 737-4052 phone
(469) 737-4084 fax
[email protected]
[email protected]
NAIFA-Texas Trustee
J. Lee Ripley
Aetna Small Group
(817) 417-2189 phone
(860) 754-9162 fax
Community Relations
Chris Renfro
Copeland Group
(972) 731-2505 phone
(972) 731-6701 fax
[email protected]
[email protected]
Executive Vice President
Karen H. True
NAIFA-Dallas
(972) 991-2364 phone
(972) 934-1217 fax
Health & Employee Benefits
Cheri C. Stanwix
Stanwix Insurance & Benefits
(214) 455-6623 phone
[email protected]
[email protected]
NAIFA-DALLAS STAFF
(972) 991-2364 • Fax (972) 934-1217
Karen True, Executive Vice President
[email protected]
Octavia Chappell, Executive Admin. Asst.
[email protected]
IMPORTANT NUMBERS
Membership Involvement
Pat Wilder
Principal Financial Group
(972) 233-5088 x3225 phone
(972) 701-9735 fax
[email protected]
DAHU - David Creek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (214) 498-0808
Dallas Estate Planning Council – Teresa Moore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (214) 340-8020
FPA DFW – Melisa Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (972) 747-0407
IFAPAC – Valli Sellers, CLU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (214) 774-4716
IFAPIC – Mike Jarrell, LUTCF, CIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (214) 821-9687
NAIFA National . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (888) 866-2432
NAIFA-Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (512) 716-8800
SFSP – Patricia Pattison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (817) 370-8991
Women in Insurance & Financial Services (WIFS) DFW – Veronica Bell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (972) 774-0700 x123
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THE FINANCIAL
ADVISOR NEWS
CONTENTS
Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Officers, Directors & Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Important Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
NAIFA-Dallas Program, 4/28/11 . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2010 Advisor of the Year
2010 O.C. Jackson Hall of Fame
1 Hr CE Following 4/28/11 Luncheon . . . . . . . . . 5
“Identity Theft: A Small Business
Ticking Time Bomb”
President’s Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Welcome New Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2010-11 President’s Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2011-12 Official Ballot
NAIFA-Dallas Board of Directors . . . . . . . . . . 8
Proposed NAIFA-Dallas Bylaws Changes . . . . . . . . 9
9th Annual Race for CE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Friday, May 20, 2011
10-11
NAIFA-Dallas Golf Tournament . . . . . . . . .
Friday, October 21, 2011
12-13
Karen’s Korner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Association Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Thanks to our Sponsors & Exhibitors . . . . . . . . 15
ADVERTISER INDEX
Dwight Otto Brokerage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
The Fisher Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
The Guardian Life
Insurance Company . . . . . . . inside front cover
The Hartford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Insurance Designers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Rice & Rice, PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Union Central Life Insurance Company . . . back cover
NAIFA–Dallas
Editorial and Advertising Office
9101 LBJ Freeway, Suite 450, Dallas, TX 75243
(972) 991-2364 • Fax (972) 934-1217
www.naifadallas.org • email: [email protected]
The Financial Advisor News is produced 10 times per
year by NAIFA-Dallas. Annual subscription is $1.00 per
year for members only. Subscription is included in the
dues. Unless specifically stated, the publishing of an
article or an advertisement does not imply endorsement
by NAIFA-Dallas of either the views expressed or the
products advertised.
THE FINANCIAL ADVISOR NEWS OF NAIFA-DALLAS 4/11
NAIFA-DALLAS PROGRAM
April 28, 2011 • Prestonwood C.C. • 11:30 a.m.
You are cordially invited to join us
as we announce and honor:
&
2010 ADVISOR OF THE YEAR
2010 O.C. JACKSON HALL OF FAME
Winners of the 2011-12 Board of Directors Election will be announced.
See pages 8-9 for Official Ballot and Proposed Bylaws Amendments.
1-Hr CE Course Following 4/28 Luncheon
Sponsored by: IDT Risk Management Group
Following NAIFA-Dallas Luncheon 1:30 - 2:30 pm • Prestonwood Country Club – 15909 Preston Road • Dallas, Texas 75248
1-Hour CE Course • FREE NAIFA-Dallas Members / $25.00 Non-Members
Identity Theft: A Small Business Ticking Time Bomb
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed for insurance agents and brokers – as well as employers and their employees – to gain a general overview
and knowledge of the types and extent of personal identity theft, how identities are stolen and the impact on consumers and businesses. It also address
how identity theft exposes businesses to unlimited financial liability as stated in The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act of 2003 (FACTA), as amended.
MODERATORS: Neil McGlone is an Identity Theft Consultant and Group Benefits Specialist with more than 25 years experience in the public/media relations
profession, including high technology, consumer, non-profit, international, business-to-business, crisis and corporate communications. The majority of
McGlone’s previous career was spent with Texas Instruments Incorporated in a variety of increasingly responsible communications positions, including five
years as an expatriate in Europe and Asia. As director of worldwide corporate media relations, he served as the company’s primary spokesperson for all major
news and issues. He also was chairman of TI’s Communications Leadership Team and the company’s Worldwide Media Relations Council.
Don Whigham is Founder and CEO of Whigham & Associates, Inc., an ID theft business consulting firm. The marketing arm operates as IDT Risk Management
Group and represents the largest fraud solutions company and legal services company in the world. Prior to 1991, Don was Founder and CEO of Business Data
Services, Inc. (BDS), an accounting, consulting and computer services company serving C.P.A. firms and small business clients through a national network of
91 franchised offices in 35 states. Don was listed in Who’s Who in Business and Finance and Who’s Who in Business and Industry in the U.S.
Diane Harrington is an ID Theft and Risk Management Specialist and Certified Small Business and Group Benefits consultant. Her goal is to bring updated
and useful information to those seeing the urgent need to protect themselves, their families, companies and clients from the #1 crime in the world: Identity
Theft. She assists many businesses in becoming proactive in the war against this #1 crime with education and awareness, as well as giving assistance
with compliance to the laws regarding Identity Theft (FACTA) which were passed under President Bush’s administration in 2003, now fully in effect, thus
safeguarding their company, employees/families, and customers, reducing the tremendous risk and liability to employers.
SPONSOR: IDT Risk Management Group • 4509 One Tree Drive • Plano, Texas 75093
Phone: 214-566-4938 • Fax: 1-877-206-2615 • Email: [email protected] • www.idtriskmgtgrp.com
To register, fill out the registration form on page 3 and fax to (972) 934-1217 or register online at: naifadallas.org
THE FINANCIAL ADVISOR NEWS OF NAIFA-DALLAS 4/11
PAGE 5
dOb
President’s Message
John M. Connally, LUTCF
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JANINE CHAPA
State Farm Insurance Companies
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AL FLANAGAN
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JENNIFER SPEER
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RICH TRETA
Lincoln Financial Advisors
Sponsor: Karen True
IT’S SMART TO BELONG!
Where Are We Heading?
The theme of our 2010-11 Board is
“Around the Bend in 2010”. I did not
know there was going to be a train wreck
around the bend.
Our Board did an outstanding job in 2010
and continues to do so this year. We have
had to deal with a lot of issues that
pertain to our business. We continue to
deal with the Medicare issue from the
federal and state levels, and once again
the SEC has raised its ugly head.
It appears the SEC’s mission is to take
over the insurance industry, and the
companies we represent are standing by
and letting them get away with it. The
SEC has recently passed a rule if you are
security licensed, your PAC contribution
cannot go to NAIFA-Texas but must go to
National. In other words, Texas gets none
of your contribution. This is another
battle for us to fight. We are voting for a
new board and officers to carry on the
fight – see pages 8-9 and VOTE and
send your ballot to NAIFA-Dallas office
by Friday, April 22nd. 2010-2011 has a
good Board, and the candidates are also
extraordinary.
Let’s get behind them and carry on the
tradition of Dallas being a leader in our
business and one of the premier
associations in the NAIFA Federation. We
can determine where we are heading if
we stick together.
Regards,
John M. Connally
John M. Connally, LUTCF
2010-11 President
2011-12 NAIFA-Dallas Official Board Ballot
and Proposed Bylaws Amendments
VOTE!
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See pages 8 & 9 ➔
THE FINANCIAL ADVISOR NEWS OF NAIFA-DALLAS 4/11
2010-11 PRESIDENT’S CABINET
john M. connally, lutcf
(at press time)
Steve Anderson, LUTCF
Reed Ashwill, CLU, CFP
David Ayres, CLU
Fred Badyna, CLU, ChFC
Jerry Baker, CLU
Charles Bender, Sr., CLU, ChFC
Laura Biesemeyer, FLMI
David Blanchard, CLU, ChFC
Grover Brillhart
J.C. Bryan, CLU, LUTCF
Cylinda Clark
Howard Cohen, CLU, CFS
Scott Cohen, CFP, CFS
Jim Coyle, CLU, RHU, REBC
Tait Cruse, CLU
John Davis, CLU
Scott Dial
Tom DuRoss
Kelly Earls, JD, CPS
Donna Thomas Edwards, LUTCF
Mike E. Evans, CLU, ChFC, LUTCF
Danny Fisher, CLU, ChFC
Randy Ford, CLU, ChFC
Kim Foster
Frank Frey, CLU, LUTCF
James Garner, CLU, ChFC
Andra Grava, CLU, RHU
Stephen Harris, CLU, ChFC
Todd Healy, CLU, ChFC, AEP
Beth Henderson, CLU, ChFC
Mike Jarrell, LUTCF, CIC
Garry Kinder
Michael Kolacz, CEP, LUTCF, RFC
John Ridings Lee
Lloyd Lowe, Sr.
Joseph Mahoney, CLU, ChFC
Lee McCasland, CLU, ChFC
Jay McCluskey,
CLU, ChFC, MSFS, MBA
John McGrael, CLU, ChFC
Corey Metz, CLU
Mel Meyers, CLU, ChFC, AEP
Yuka Nakahara-Goven, CLU, MBA
Beverly Norman
John Norman, CLU, ChFC
Dwight Otto, CLU, ChFC
Corey Pride, ChFC, CRPS, QPFC
Joe Radovic, CLU, ChFC, CFP
Jack Reaves, CLU
Neil Riddick
Lee Ripley
Valli Sellers, CLU
Kathy Smith
Cheri Stanwix
Edward (Ted) Troy, CLU
Burl Wood, CLU, ChFC
Robert Woodell
Tallie O. Young, RFC, LUTCF
THE FINANCIAL ADVISOR NEWS OF NAIFA-DALLAS 4/11
THANK YOU TO
OUR MARCH
EXHIBITOR &
CE SPONSOR:
BOB NELSON
& ASSOCIATES
Bob Nelson
972-238-7411
[email protected]
Shannon Birkes
214-769-6164
[email protected]
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2011-2012 OFFICIAL BALLOT
NAIFA-DALLAS BOARD OF DIRECTORS
VOTE FOR THREE (3) AND ONLY THREE (3) • ANY MORE OR LESS WILL INVALIDATE BALLOT
BALLOT MUST ARRIVE IN NAIFA-DALLAS OFFICE BY APRIL 22, 2011.
❑
Laura L. Biesemeyer
■ Entered the business in 1983
■ Summit Alliance Financial, LLC
■ NAIFA member since 2008
■ Director, NAIFA-Dallas Race for CE Committee, 2010-11
■ Member, NAIFA-Dallas Race for CE Committee, 2008-09
■ Board of Directors, FPA-DFW Partnership Committee,
2010-11
■ Member, Dallas Chapter of WIFS
■ Volunteer, Susan G. Komen events
❑
I VOTE:
❑
❑
Norman W. Cruson
■ Entered the business in 2001
■ Alternative Financial Analytics
■ NAIFA member since 2003
■ Will receive LUTCF designation in 2011
■ Founded/managed a Financial Services MGA
■ Past Board Member, Plano Sports Authority
■ Member, Dallas Life Foundation
■ Deacon/Adult leadership at church
❑ IN FAVOR OF ❑ AGAINST
Kate Peil
■ Entered the business in 2008
■ Summit Alliance Financial, LLC (SAF)
■ NAIFA member since 2009
■ Member, NAIFA-Dallas Race for CE Committee, 2010-11
■ Started and manages SAF’s Fixed Annuity Division
■ Member, FPA
■ Will receive CFP designation in 2012
■ Outreach at St. Francis of Assisi
❑
Barry Ward
■ Entered the business in 2008
■ Penn Mutual
■ NAIFA member since 2009
■ Holds Series 6 and 63 licenses
■ Fast Start 30/90 Award Recipient, Bankers Life & Casualty
■ Summer Leaders’ Conference Award Winner, Bankers Life
■ COO for Swest Inc.
■ Member, Executive Advisory Board, Texas Institute of
Jewelry Technology
Cheri C. Stanwix
■ Entered the business in 1990
■ Stanwix Insurance and Benefits
■ NAIFA member since 1991
■ Director, NAIFA-Dallas Health & Employee Benefits,
2010-11
■ Director, NAIFA-Dallas Government Relations, 2009-10
■ Member, NAIFA-Dallas Bowling Bash Committee, 2010-11
■ Member, NAIFA-Dallas Race for CE Committee, 2008-09
■ Volunteer, NAIFA-Dallas Golf Tournament, 2008
❑
Brad W. Campbell, CLU, CASL, ChFC
Lauren P. Hayden
■ Entered the business in 2006
■ Hayden Resources, LLC
■ NAIFA member since 2006
■ Member, NAIFA-Dallas Race for CE Committee, 2010-11
■ Director, NAIFA-Dallas Community Relations, 2009-10
■ Director, NAIFA-Dallas Membership Involvement, 2008-09
■ Chair, NAIFA-Dallas Young Advisors Team Committee, 2008
■ NAIFA-Dallas "Young Advisor of the Year”, 2008
❑
❑
■ Entered the business in 1988
■ State Farm
■ NAIFA member since 2010
■ Top 100 New State Farm Agents, 1998
■ State Farm Agency Field Executive since 2005
■ 12-time Qualifier, Ambassador Travel Recognition
■ Member, Society of Financial Service Professionals
■ Board Member, Long Branch HOA, Rockwall, TX
Claudia Foraker, NRCMA
■ Entered the business in 1989
■ Insurmed Services
■ NAIFA member since 1994
■ Certified Medical Assistant
■ Director, NAIFA-Dallas Planning & Development
Committee, 2009-10 & 2010-11
■ Member, NAIFA-Dallas Casino Committee, 2008-09
■ Member, NAIFA-Dallas Legislative Committee, 2007-08
■ Rebuilt her company & manages day-to-day operations
successfully
❑
Janet Fresquez
■ Entered the business in 2008
■ Penn Mutual/Ayres Financial Group
■ NAIFA member since 2009
■ Member, NAIFA-Dallas Legislative Gala Committee, 2010
■ Member, NAIFA-Dallas Race for CE Committee, 2010
■ Ambassador for Vision 2020 in 2010
■ Board Member, Altar Society for church
■ Advisory Committee, UNICEF Dallas
the proposed amendments to the NAIFA-Dallas Bylaws as listed on page 9.
INSTRUCTIONS: Print this page. Mark three and only three (any more or less will invalidate ballot).
Then submit by: (1) Fax to: 972-934-1217 or (2) Scan and email to: [email protected]
or (3) Mail to: NAIFA-Dallas, 9101 LBJ Freeway #450, Dallas, TX 75243
BALLOT MUST ARRIVE IN NAIFA-DALLAS OFFICE BY APRIL 22, 2011.
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and the Professional Development Committee.
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ARTICLE VII: BOARD OF DIRECTORS | SECTION 1: The Board of Directors shall consist of the officers and nine
(9) elected directors. The Treasurer, the Association Executive and the NAIFA-Texas Trustee as determined by
the State Association shall be ex-officio, and the Branch President(s) of the duly established branch(es) of
this Association (if any).
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ARTICLE VII: BOARD OF DIRECTORS | SECTION 1: The Board of Directors shall consist of the officers and eight
(8) elected directors. The Treasurer, the Association Executive and the NAIFA- Texas Trustee as determined by
the State Association shall be ex-officio, and the Branch President(s) of the duly established branch(es) of
this Association (if any).
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member of the Board of Directors:
(A) AHIA Health
(F) Member Involvement
(B) Community Relations
(G) Planning and Development
(C) Government Relations
(H) Professional Development
(D) Professional Designations
(I) Programs
(E)Membership
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ARTICLE IX: COMMITTEES | SECTION 1: There shall be the following Standing Committees, each chaired by a
member of the Board of Directors:
(A) Community Relations
(E) Member Involvement
(B) Health & Government Relations
(F) Planning and Development
(C) Professional Designations
(G) Professional Development
(D) Membership
(H)Programs
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ARTICLE X: DUTIES OF COMMITTEES | SECTION 1: The AHIA Health Committee shall provide services to
members concerning health insurance in the areas of legislation, professional development, and educational
programming.
ARTICLE X: DUTIES OF COMMITTEES | SECTION 3: The Committee on Government Relations shall examine laws
and regulations, existing or proposed, affecting the life and health insurance and financial services industry,
and submit recommendations concerning such laws and regulations to the Board of Directors. The committee
shall assist in the implementation of the legislative pro10grams of the National and State Associations. In
addition, this committee shall oversee the ad hoc committees on IFAPAC and IFAPIC which aid individual
members in becoming more knowledgeable and involved in politics and government.
NEW
ARTICLE X: DUTIES OF COMMITTEES | SECTION 1: Deleted, and each succeeding Section is re-numbered
consecutively beginning with Number 1.
ARTICLE X: DUTIES OF COMMITTEES | SECTION 2: The Committee on Health and Government Relations shall
examine laws and regulations, existing or proposed, affecting the life and health insurance and financial
services industry, and submit recommendations concerning such laws and regulations to the Board of Directors.
The committee shall assist in the implementation of the legislative programs of the National and State
Associations. In addition, this committee shall oversee the ad hoc committees on IFAPAC and IFAPIC which
aid individual members in becoming more knowledgeable and involved in politics and government.
THE FINANCIAL ADVISOR NEWS OF NAIFA-DALLAS 4/11
Thomas W. Rutledge, CLU, ChFC
Regional Vice President
5605 N. MacArthur Blvd., Suite 550
Irving, TX 75038
[email protected]
469-586-1038
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RACE FOR CE
SPONSORS
RACE FOR CE TOPICS
Friday, May 20, 2011
(at press time)
TOPICS & SPEAKERS (TENTATIVE AS OF APRIL 1, 2011)
TITLE SPONSORS:
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Lincoln Financial Advisors • Securian • Union Central • United Healthcare
NAIFA-Dallas and our Title Sponsors are proud to present:
TITLE/TOPIC
PLATINUM SPONSORS:
Aflac
American General
Armor Wealth Management
Coventry
National Health Administrators
Sun Life Financial
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THE FINANCIAL ADVISOR NEWS OF NAIFA-DALLAS 4/11
NAIFA-Dallas and our title sponsors present the
9
th
Annual
Race for CE
The
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Ever
!
May 20, 2011
Registration: 8 a.m. • Classes: 9 a.m. - 4:50 p.m. • Evening of Racing: 5 - 11 p.m.
• Up to 6 hours of continuing education
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NAIFA/FPA/NAHU/SFSP/WIFS Members
Non-Members
Early Birds (by 4/15/11)
$90.00$135.00
Procrastinators (4/16/11 - 5/18/11)$115.00
$155.00
At the Door (5/20/11) $130.00$180.00
Block Tickets (Agency & Company)
10 = $850 ($900 Value)
15 = $1,200 ($1,350 Value)
+ Extra for Ethics Class
$25.00
$45.00
RACE FOR CE EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION – LAST CHANCE for Early Bird!
Name _____________________________ Company _____________________________ TDI License # _______________
Address ______________________________________________________ Local Association _______________________
Phone _____________________ Fax _____________________ Email _________________________________________
____ Member tickets to Race for CE @ $90.00 + ____ Member tickets to Ethics Class @ $25.00 = $__________
____ Non-Member tickets to Race for CE @ $135.00 + ____ Non-Member tickets to Ethics Class @ $45.00= $__________
Block Tickets
❑ 10 tickets = $850.00
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MAIL TO: NAIFA–Dallas, 9101 LBJ Freeway, Suite 450, Dallas, Texas 75243 with check payable to NAIFA-Dallas OR
FAX: (972) 934-1217 OR EMAIL: [email protected] OR ONLINE: www.naifadallas.org and charge to VISA, MC, AMEX, DISCOVER
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THE FINANCIAL ADVISOR NEWS OF NAIFA-DALLAS 4/11
PAGE 11
NAIFA-Dallas Golf Tournament
PLAYER REGISTRATION
Friday, October 21, 2011
Bridlewood Golf Club
4000 W. Windsor Drive • Flower Mound, Texas 75028
Registration 11:00 a.m. • Shotgun Start 1:00 p.m.
Dinner 6:30 p.m.
$115 includes golf fees, cart, range balls and dinner
PLAYER #1
PLAYER #3
Name ______________________________________________
Name ______________________________________________
Company ___________________________________________
Company ___________________________________________
Address ____________________________________________
Address ____________________________________________
City _____________________________ Zip _______________
City _____________________________ Zip _______________
Phone ____________________ Fax ______________________
Phone ____________________ Fax ______________________
Email ______________________________________________
Email ______________________________________________
Handicap (or last 5 scores) _____________________________
Handicap (or last 5 scores) _____________________________
I am playing: ❑ alone
I am playing: ❑ alone
❑ with partner ______________________________________
❑ with partner ______________________________________
❑ on a foursome with ________________________________
❑ on a foursome with ________________________________
❑ on a corporate sponsor team
❑ on a corporate sponsor team
No. attending Dinner ___________
No. attending Dinner ___________
VISA/MC/AMEX/DISC # _____________________ Exp. _______
VISA/MC/AMEX/DISC # _____________________ Exp. _______
PLAYER #2
PLAYER #4
Name ______________________________________________
Name ______________________________________________
Company ___________________________________________
Company ___________________________________________
Address ____________________________________________
Address ____________________________________________
City _____________________________ Zip _______________
City _____________________________ Zip _______________
Phone ____________________ Fax ______________________
Phone ____________________ Fax ______________________
Email ______________________________________________
Email ______________________________________________
Handicap (or last 5 scores) _____________________________
Handicap (or last 5 scores) _____________________________
I am playing: ❑ alone
I am playing: ❑ alone
❑ with partner ______________________________________
❑ with partner ______________________________________
❑ on a foursome with ________________________________
❑ on a foursome with ________________________________
❑ on a corporate sponsor team
❑ on a corporate sponsor team
No. attending Dinner ___________
No. attending Dinner ___________
VISA/MC/AMEX/DISC # _____________________ Exp. _______
VISA/MC/AMEX/DISC # _____________________ Exp. _______
To register, please fax this page to (972) 934-1217 or register online at: naifadallas.org
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THE FINANCIAL ADVISOR NEWS OF NAIFA-DALLAS 4/11
Friday, October 21, 2011
Bridlewood Golf Club
4000 W. Windsor Drive • Flower Mound, Texas 75028
Registration 11:00 a.m. • Shotgun Start 1:00 p.m.
Dinner 6:30 p.m.
GOLD SPONSOR – $2,000
• 8 player spots in the tournament •
• One-half page ad in the Financial Advisor News for six months ($1,194 value) •
• Recognition and announcements at meetings until tournament time •
• Recognition in the Financial Advisor News until tournament time •
• Four free rounds of golf for play at Bridlewood Golf Club •
• Spotlight commercial during the Awards Ceremony •
• Recognition in PowerPoint presentation during the Awards Ceremony •
SILVER SPONSOR – $1,000
• 4 player spots in the tournament •
• One-quarter page ad in the Financial Advisor News for six months ($750 value) •
• Recognition and announcements at meetings until tournament time •
• Recognition in the Financial Advisor News until tournament time •
• Spotlight commercial during the Awards Ceremony •
• Recognition in PowerPoint presentation during the Awards Ceremony •
BRONZE SPONSOR – $750
• 2 player spots in the tournament •
• One-sixth page ad in the Financial Advisor News for six months ($534 value) •
• Recognition and announcements at meetings until tournament time •
• Recognition in the Financial Advisor News until tournament time •
• Spotlight commercial during the Awards Ceremony •
• Recognition in PowerPoint presentation during the Awards Ceremony •
HOLE SPONSOR – $250
Create your own experience. You own the tee box.
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If you want to have a contest, please ask us about making special arrangements.
SPONSOR BENEFITS
NAIFA-Dallas Golf Tournament
Please see registration form on page 3 or call the NAIFA-Dallas office for more information.
(972) 997-8220
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6/0113
ASSOCIATION
CALENDAR
4/11 - 6/11
APRIL 2011
4/1
FPA DFW Ballpark Event
Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
9:30 am-1:00 pm
4/6
SFSP Dallas Chapter Luncheon
Doubletree Hotel Galleria
11:30 am-1:00 pm
4/13
WIFS Monthly Luncheon
Cantina Laredo – Dallas Parkway
11:15 am-1:00 pm
4/20
Estate Planning Council N. TX
Business Succession Planning
Southfork Hotel, 7:30-9:00 am
4/20
DAHU Luncheon
Vision Insurance
Prestonwood Country Club
11:30 am-1:00 pm
4/28
NAIFA-Dallas Luncheon
Advisor of the Year & Hall of Fame
CE: Identity Theft: A Small Business
Ticking Time Bomb
CE Sponsor: IDT Risk Management
MAY 2011
5/11
WIFS Monthly Luncheon
Cantina Laredo – Dallas Parkway
11:15 am-1:00 pm
5/13
FPA DFW Financial Planning Symposium
Frisco Convention Center
7:00 am-5:30 pm
5/18
Estate Planning Council N. TX
Domino Effects of Estate Planning
Southfork Hotel, 7:30-9:00 am
5/18
DAHU Luncheon
TAHU Convention Update/Mandate CE
Prestonwood Country Club
11:30 am-2:00 pm
5/20
NAIFA-Dallas Race for CE
Lone Star Park (see pgs 10-11)
JUNE 2011
6/5 -
6/8
MDRT Annual Meeting
Atlanta, GA
6/8
WIFS Monthly Luncheon
Cantina Laredo – Dallas Parkway
11:15 am-1:00 pm
6/14
FPA DFW CE & Chapter Meeting
Doubletree Hotel (LBJ & Midway)
9:30 am-2:00 pm
6/15
DAHU Luncheon & CE
New Normal in Healthcare
Prestonwood Country Club
11:30 am-2:00 pm
6/23
NAIFA-Dallas Celebration of
Achievement Luncheon
Installation of 2011-12 Board
CE: TBA
CE Sponsor: Aetna
S AV E T H E D AT E
10/21/11 NAIFA-Dallas Golf Tournament
Bridlewood Golf Club (see pgs 12-13)
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KAREN’S
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Karen H. True
Fresh Eyes
My husband and I and our friends, Jack and
Karen, recently spent the better part of two
weeks with two British couples who were
visiting in the U.S. Although they had been to
the states on two previous occasions, this trip
afforded them the opportunity to experience
Colorado for the first time. My family and I
have spent quite a lot of time in New Mexico
and southern Colorado, certainly not so much
time that we are immune to the unique
beauty of those states, but perhaps enough
that familiarity clouds our view. What an
experience to see those surroundings through
“fresh eyes”. The travelers were thrilled by the
landscapes – the dramatic rocky spires and
mesas of New Mexico and the clear blue skies,
purple mountain majesty, and golden aspens of
Colorado. What fun to see one of our favorite
places through the fresh eyes of our friends
from across the pond.
We were delighted by their child-like enthusiasm
for everything American, as well as by their
perspective on our country – its politics, terrain,
traditions, history, food, and language – which
provided the subject matter for lots of laughter
and conversation.
Seeing things with fresh eyes can cause one
to not only appreciate the things that we may
take for granted, but also to analyze more
carefully the things that we may have come to
overlook or ignore.
What aspects of your life could be improved by
a viewing with fresh eyes? Could you benefit
from stepping back from yourself and seeing
your life, surroundings, relationships, or
business from a fresh perspective?
I recently visited with a woman who, in her late
40s, literally reinvented herself. She said that
she had fallen into the habit of avoiding the
scale, had grown accustomed to wearing her
comfortable but slouchy old clothes, and had
spent little time in front of the mirror. One day,
as she was walking down a street, she caught a
glimpse of her reflection in a store window. She
did a double-take and was stunned by what she
saw. Who was that frumpy, lethargic woman?
Seeing herself from a fresh perspective – with
fresh eyes – changed her life. She resolved to
make some positive changes and went from
being dowdy, unkempt, and matronly to being
well-groomed stylish, and energized.
A business owner found himself in the habit
of doing what he'd always done, the way he’d
always done it. Taking a look at his business
with fresh eyes caused him to see the potential
growth that he was missing and to make some
positive changes that made a bottom-line
difference.
Try this experiment. Walk into your office or
workspace and look around as if you are seeing
it for the first time. What do your surroundings
say about the person who works there? Try the
same thing at home. Look at your living space
as if you are a visitor. If you observe some
things that you’d like to improve, do so; on the
other hand, you may want to look at your home
with gratitude and appreciation. Unlike many of
the victims of recent hurricanes and floods, you
are blessed just with a roof over your head.
What about your work habits? Take an
objective look at your performance, and then
answer honestly, “Are you working to your full
potential? Would you hire you?”
Take a look at the people in your life. Out
of habit, do you spend time with people you
don’t enjoy? Are you allowing yourself to be
drawn into their negativity? Are there some
relationships that you need to analyze?
On the other hand, maybe there are some
people that you’re seeing with overly critical
eyes, people who deserve a fresh look.
Try seeing them with fresh eyes, eyes of
compassion, understanding, and appreciation.
Use the approach of a traveler from another
country. See your world with fresh eyes. Doing
so can help you to improve in some areas of
your life and to appreciate others.
– Julie Alexander, Great Days
[email protected]
Thought for the Month:
“We would worry less about
what others think of us if we
realized how seldom they do.”
– Ethel Barrett
THE FINANCIAL ADVISOR NEWS OF NAIFA-DALLAS 4/11
THANKS TO OUR
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(MassMutual)
and its affiliated companies and
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sales representatives. Insurance products issued by
MassMutual, 1295 State Street, Springfield, MA
01111-0001 and its subsidiaries, C.M. Life Insurance
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Highly competitive Issue and Participation Limits
Disability Overhead Expense Coverage (available to 5AP-3A)
Minimum of five lives (100% of eligible class) required for
Employer-Paid GSI
Non-Disabling Injury benefit (most states)
Good Health benefit (most states)
15-20% multi-life discounts available
15-30% GSI** discounts available
Attractive offering for Public Employees
Broad range of additional benefit riders
Very competitive compensation
* Varies by age and occ class and state restricti0ns apply.
** For qualifying groups using short form applications.
DI 1032 12/06

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