The SOA Update
- See the SOA elections candidates for president-elect and the SOA Board. Voting opens Aug. 19.
- Read about the proposed legal structure changes and the upcoming vote for Fellows.
- The North American Actuarial Journal’s Editorial Board announced the Annual Prize for best paper published in 2018,“Potential ‘Savings' of Medicare: The Analysis of Medicare Advantage and Accountable Care Organizations.”
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The SOA Board proposes a change to the legal structure and tax-exempt status of the organization. It involves creating a new not-for-profit entity tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code, which will adopt the Society of Actuaries name. Read more about this change.
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Learn about the lesser-known emerging risks within the actuarial realm.
Registration is now open for the first LTC Tech Summit, Nov. 7 in Sunnyvale, CA.
Learn about the endorsed candidates for the SOA Board and president-elect positions.
Risk teams are asked to do a variety of tasks and keep track of regulatory changes and help as needed. Learn more about these important work groups.
Learn about the changes to the Fundamentals of Actuarial Practice e-course for 2020.
Access the presentations from the 2019 Actuarial Teaching Conference that took place June 27-28 in Columbus, OH.