January 2016 Newsletter

February 3, 2016 in News

Friday, April 22, 2016

11:30 Registration, 12:30 Trick shot Artist, 1:00 Shotgun Start


StoneyBrook East Golf Club

2900 Northampton Ave, Orlando, FL 32828
(on Alafaya Trail South of UCF)
We are now accepting sponsorships and golfer registrations for our 3rd Annual Joint CFAHU & NAIFA Central Florida Golf Tournament. If you are interested in Sponsoring, please let us know, ASAP. If you are not a potential sponsor, please use the enclosed information to spread the word to potential sponsors. This is sure to be a great event and it is for a great cause!

Sponsorship Levels

Click here to review all of the sponsorship levels and here for a cover letter to share with potential sponsors.

Have questions?

Email CFAHU Golf Tournament Chair, Scott Bunkers by clicking on his name or call him at 407-960-7747.

The Russell Home for Atypical Children

A Portion of the proceeds from this year’s tournament will benefit The Russell Home. The Russell Home for Atypical Children in Orlando has been in continuous operation for over 60 years without any government support. The Home is the only private, non-profit facility of its kind for severely handicapped children in Central Florida.

Registration Info

Click here for the registration form to register yourself or a foursome to play in the tournament or to submit your sponsorship registration.

Have questions?

Email CFAHU Golf Tournament Chair, Scott Bunkers by clicking on his name or call him at 407-960-7747.

Save $10 per golfer by registering by 2/16/16. ($100 per golfer or $360 for a foursome)


Next Membership Meeting
January 19, 2016 from 11:30 – 1:00

Hilton Orlando/Altamonte Springs

350 S. Northlake Blvd
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

This Month’s Speaker is

Trey Tompkins, President Admin America


This presentation is approved for 1 hour of CE:
What Health Insurance Agents Need to Know About the ACA’S Cadillac Tax
Course #94869, Offering #1037483

Trey Tompkins serves as President of Admin America, Inc. Admin America is based in Alpharetta, Georgia and is an independent administrator and consultant for ERISA plans including Section 125 Flexible Benefit Plans, Section 105 Health Reimbursement Arrangements and COBRA. Admin America works primarily with small to medium-sized employers. In addition to managing Admin America’s 17 full-time benefit professionals, Trey’s area of expertise is providing plan design consulting services for clients and their benefits advisors. Prior to taking on his current position in 2007, Trey served as the in-house legal counsel for Admin America beginning in 1996.

Trey is a native of Atlanta. He earned an undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University, a J.D. degree from the University of Georgia School of Law and an MBA degree from Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business. Prior to joining Admin America, Trey worked in private legal practice in metropolitan Atlanta.

Trey is a recognized expert on the effects of federal health care reform within the small group health plan marketplace. Additionally, Trey’s role at Admin America allows him to present employee benefit plans to thousands of employees each year through their employers’ open enrollment education meetings.

Trey has recently served as a Member of the NAHU Legislative Council and as Co-Chair of NAHU’s Compliance Corner Committee. Trey has previously served as President of NAHU’s Georgia and Atlanta Chapters and other various board positions within the organization’s state and local chapters. Trey is a past Chairman and Treasurer of the Political Action Committee affiliated with NAHU’s Georgia Chapter (GAHUPAC). He has also previously served on NAHU’s national Consumer Driven Health Care working group and has been a contributor to the America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) published series on Employee Healthcare Benefits.

Trey lives in Johns Creek, Georgia with his wife Angie and their four children. They attend North Point Community Church in Alpharetta and enjoy traveling and attending sporting events in their free time.

Click here to access Trey’s Linked In profile.


Cost for lunch is
$12 for CFAHU Members & first-time guests
$25 for other NAHU members

$35 for Non-members
Email rsvp@cfahu.org by 4 PM on Thursday 1/14/16 to reserve your spot.
Lunch (Vegetarian option available upon request with RSVP)
BLT Iceberg Wedge Salad
Pan Seared Salmon Filet with Roasted Pepper, Kalmata Olive and Caper Relish
Barley Risotto

Sauteed Julienne Zucchini, Yellow Squash and Carrots
Warm Rolls with Butter
Iced Tea and Coffee
Fudge Double Chocolate Cake

Membership Minute

Who have you asked to join, lately? Spread the word and help us GROW! Online and paper applications are available here.

Welcome to our newest member:
David Faulk of US Health Advisors
Michael Ferguson of Insurance Office of America


Ever wanted to get a designation but never got around to it? Don’t delay, enroll today!

RHU
If you’ve always wanted RHU after your name, hopefully you’ve already started the process. You have until June 30, 2015 to get everything completed. After that, the American College will no longer be issuing the designation but if you have one, you can use it for the rest of your life.

REBC
The Registered Employee Benefits Consultant will show your clients and prospects that you are a professional and the expert when it comes to Employee Benefit Plans. You will learn about group medical, long term care, deferred compensation programs, and much more.
http://www.theamericancollege.edu/insurance-education/rebc-employee-benefits

DIA
This will show your expertise as a Disability Income Associate. You will learn about the need for disability, individual and group plans, taxation, and government disability plans, just to name a few.
http://www.ahip.org/ciepd/options/dia.html

LTCP
With the Long Term Care Professional Designation, you will become familiar with needs, options, financing, products, administration, and claims. This Designation will ensure that you are providing your clients with the best advice when they are in need of this type of coverage.
http://www.ahip.org/ciepd/options/ltcp.html

CLTC
Certified in Long Term Care will teach the effects upon a family when a long term care situation arises. This includes emotional, physical, and financial consequences. You will learn how to create a plan for your clients and how the plan will be funded. Topics also include the history and regulatory environment of LTC.
http://www.ltc-cltc.com/About-Long-Term-Care-Insurance/Education-for-Professionals