March 29, 2017
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NAIFA Preferred Providers Program

NAIFA is the only organization representing insurance and financial advisors regardless of the products they sell or the focus of their practice.


  NAIFA members make more money than non-members in average  
  first-year commission and premium production

  NAIFA provides you the continuing education, sales and
  management training, and professional network you need to grow
  your business.

  NAIFA protects your business and the tax implications of your

NAIFA-Nebraska protects your business, helps you grow your business and promotes the ethical conduct of its members. 



THANK YOU to the companies who supported NAIFA-Nebraska's professional development seminars. They are listed in the following link, and their logo is linked to their website. Sign.pdf


2016 Congressional Conference

Received a note from Senator Ben Sasse today with this signed photo. Part of our delegation was meeting with another congressional delegate at this time; this picture does not include our entire delegation.

Back Row: Charles Olson, II, Mike Herring, Josh Sirek, Chuck Olson (partially hidden), Todd Gaswick, Nick Kelley (partially hidden), Dan Scholz (partially hidden), Dave Skutnik, Dustin Will, Mike Roth
Second Row: Derek Bird, Dave Koll, Bryan Holen, Brady Marlow, Dave Skutnik, Yvonne Warren, Troy Shreve, Mike Struebing
Front row: Tanya Patzner
Not Pictured, but at the Conference: Terry Headley, Randy Baker, Dave McBride

Comments from four, including three YAT advisors who were at the Conference for the first time:

"This experience really summarizes why it is vitally important to be involved.  Our industry needs a voice, and someone to hear us and stand up for the industry. In the past I have always been a proud NAIFA member, but after attending these conferences it really hit home and you just 'get it' after attending." - Yvonne Warren
"The conference was great, an experience I would definitely repeat." - Josh Sirek 
"I was unaware of the details of the IFAPAC system and how it is used to effect change. What stood out most was that the other top contributing PAC associations were mostly insurance companies. I think it is a strong message to our clients that we are there representing the best interest of the industry from our and their perspective. Meeting a number of experienced advisors from different areas of the insurance industry was invaluable.  This has provided me with contacts and hopefully evolving friendships with agents that care about our industry. It has shown a light on the importance of NAIFA and the great people involved." - Brady Marlow
"Being able to visit and interact directly with Senator Sass and Representative Fortenberry was the best part of the trip. Seeing that they do want to listen and learn from us regarding our concerns for our industry and our clients is very gratifying. Knowing that they understand our issues and concerns is of great value." - Randy Baker

The Nebraska delegation joined hundreds of professional agents from across the federation, talking with their members of Congress about the importance of life insurance, annuities, retirement savings, and employee benefits for their clients and the U.S. economy. Life insurance products account for 20 percent of Americans’ long-term savings. The life insurance industry pays out $1.5 billion each day and supports 2.5 million jobs. It's vital to let our Representatives and Senators know how important the insurance and financial services are that we provide to our clients, who are our constituents. We work with our community’s families and businesses every day to plan for the future, save for retirement, and protect against financial risks.


Gene Beerbohm, 2016 Distinguished Service Award Recipient

LILI/DSA Celebration Banquet

Gene Beerbohm and family

Three NAIFA Past Presidents: Bruce Hendrickson, Bob Nelson, Terry Headley
with current NAIFA President Jules Gaudreau

2016 LILI Class

Back Row: Moderator Paula Harris, Michelle Schrage, Shelley Stempek, Mike Herring
Front Row: Juliet Stern, Aaron Ostler, NAIFA President Jules Gaudreau, Co-Moderator Lisa Skinner

Excused: Seth Groff, Dave Woslager

NAIFA-Cornhusker LILI graduates: Mike Cooper, Bryan Oswald, Brad Brodersen, Connie Gibb,
Brad Farley, Mike Herring, Dustin Will, Brian Boesiger



Click on picture to view conference video.


Insurance Leaders Forum



Archway Museum


Speakers Traci Wickham, Ed Deutschlander

  Panel: Jules Gaudreau, Jesse Patton, Moderator JJ Green


Exhibit Hall


Helpful websites for healthcare information: - good Q&A, very helpful - the Department of Insurance website - good links to all regulations

State Based Systems 

As of July 16, 2012, the Nebraska Department of Insurance uses a back-office software solution, State Based Systems (SBS).
As the regulatory system of choice by the Nebraska insurance regulators, we encourage you to take advantage of online tools.
You no longer need to keep CE certificates. All CE is reported online on the State Based system.

You may access your transcript online, telling you what credits have been taken, what still needs to be taken.

Go to and you'll see on the home page it says "Print Your Education Transcript". Click there and it will take you to a login.

You just need the state, your last name, the last four digits of your social security number and your NPN number to get to your transcript.