American Council of Life Insurance


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American Council of Life Insurance

A lobbying organization for companies in the United States offering life insurance, retirement plans, long-term care insurance, and similar products. It presses for legislation favorable to the industry, conducts events, and provides networking activities for members. It is based in Washington, D.C.
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5 percent average cap rate reported for all commercial real estate by the American Council of Life Insurance (ACLI) for September 1991.
Boscia is active in several business and civic groups, serving on the boards of the American Council of Life Insurance, World Affairs Council, Greater Philadelphia First, Philadelphia Orchestra, Committee to Encourage Corporate Philanthropy, Philadelphia Police Foundation, and United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania.
American Council of Life Insurance members, the large insurance carriers that seek to push the excise tax through Congress, stand to benefit most from the proposed excise tax that would all but shut down the life settlement market.
He also serves in various professional and civil capacities at the state, local and national levels with the American Council of Life Insurance, Belin-Blank Advisory Board, Des Moines Development, Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines Arts Festival, Greater Des Moines Partnership, Drake University, Iowa Methodist Medical Center and the YMCA.
He has served on the American Council of Life Insurance and its subcommittee on federal bankruptcy legislation.
The American Council of Life Insurance further projects that by 2030, when the tail end of baby boomers retire, nursing home care costs will average almost $200,000 annually.
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Nursing home costs have been conservatively estimated at $52,000 annually by the American Council of Life Insurance.
In a speech to the American Council of Life Insurance in Naples, FL, Mr.
Griswell has been active in various industry and community organizations, including his current service as a board member of the American Council of Life Insurance, the American Council for Capital Formation and a member of the board of trustees of the S.
WASHINGTON, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Council of Life Insurance (ACLI) today praised House Ways and Means Chairman Bill Archer (R-TX) for including a proposal for full tax deductibility for long-term care insurance premiums in an omnibus tax bill to be made public next week.
He was a founder and life trustee of the Life Underwriter Training Council and served on the boards of the Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association (LIMRA) and the American Council of Life Insurance (ACLI), and as president of the Texas Life Insurance Association.
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