Beltway power is up for grabs as Congress heads into a high-stakes midterm election. Gas prices are skyrocketing, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine is punishing markets around the world. In the halls of Congress, gridlock remains a significant factor.
President Joe Biden and Republican lawmakers are making tentative chess moves in a bid for leverage heading into the 2024 presidential campaign. Could the time be right for bipartisan legislation favored by financial services?
Diane Boyle, Senior Vice President for government relations for the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, is keeping up with all the changes and will be discussing:
Whether retirement security legislation could make it out of Congress.
Where tax legislation stands and whether the targets have changed.
What agents need to do to comply with new investment advice rules.
What we should be expecting from a new DOL definition of “fiduciary.”