• TRyancare

    Can access and affordability triumph in repeal and replace?

    The unexpected Trump Era has brought renewed energy and expectations to Washington, as well as the realization that we are in an uncertain political environment. It’s a new reality that hasn’t been easy to settle into.

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  • Unscathed?

    Brokers may escape reform of the Dodd-Frank financial services bill.

    Promises are made to be broken, right? And campaign promises seem to be broken more frequently than the garden-variety type.

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  • The Payoff

    The FBI says don’t, but there are compelling reasons to pay hackers a ransom. What should your clients do?

    In May 2016, a hacker seized control of computer systems at Kansas Heart Hospital in Wichita. The hospital could not regain control unless it paid the hacker a ransom—an amount reported to be “small.” 

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  • Ransomware

    The Payoff

    The FBI says don’t, but there are compelling reasons to pay hackers a ransom. What should your clients do?

  • Hall of Acclaim

    Game Changers

    They shook up the industry, shaping it into its current form.

  • From The Council Chairman

    With Strong Roots Comes the Foundation for Change

    My motto: It’s about converting strategy into action.

  • Tax Reform

    Balancing Act

    The offset for a corporate tax cut is targeted at taxing employer-funded benefits.