NSSTA Member Forum - Boston, Massachusetts

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                                         NSSTA MEMBER FORUM
                                          Boston, Massachusetts
                                                   July 24, 2017

On Monday, July 24, NSSTA will host a NSSTA Member Forum in Boston, Massachusetts. The idea is to “take NSSTA to our Members” to discuss critical issues, listen to comments and suggestions from our members and develop action plans to respond to challenges and business development opportunities.

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NSSTA Member Forum in Boston, Massachusetts:

  • Date: Monday, July 24, 2017
  • Time: 12:00 Noon to 2:00 PM (Lunch will be provided)
  • Location: Boston Marriott Copley Place 
    110 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02116
                    2nd Floor: St. Botolph Room

 Agenda for the NSSTA Member Forum:

  1. Federal Tax Reform is coming--the U.S. Congress is expected to engage in a massive overhaul of the Federal Tax Code and Section 130, and by extension 104(a)(2), will be on the table. How can the structured settlements industry come together to highlight and protect the important benefits of the structured settlement tax code sections?
  2. The Congressional Structured Settlements Caucus includes 60 Members of Congress. What issues or initiatives would you suggest the Caucus focus on during the 115th Congress?  What can we do to encourage more Members of Congress to join the Caucus?
  3. NSSTA has established professional alliances with organizations like the American Association of People with Disabilities, the National Consumers League, the American Association for Justice and the American Insurance Association to name a few. What should NSSTA be doing to build relationships with plaintiff and defense attorneys, mediators, health care professionals and claims professionals?
  4. What are your ideas and suggestions to help “grow” the structured settlements industry? Expand the use of structures under Federal program, expand the definition of 104(a)(2), structures to settle Federal workers comp cases?
  5. NSSTA has been engaged with a number of initiatives over the past several years—Take the Hill, social media, CLM surveys, marketing campaigns, Structures 202, legislative issues (protecting Section 130/104(a)(2).  What has NSSTA done that has been most helpful to you and your company’s success and what could NSSTA do enhance your success?