As you may know, the recent Maine LD 1506 bill regarding the governance of GAP waivers has passed. The bill was signed by the governor (Public Law Chapter 178) on June 12, 2017 and the new law will apply to all GAP waivers that become effective on or after January 1, 2018. Our partners at… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Compliance
As you know, the new mandatory compliance requirements under the expanded Military Lending Act (MLA) take effect October 3, 2016 (except for credit card accounts). The final rule for credit card accounts will be effective October 3, 2017.
For the first time in over four years, trying to keep up with the Affordable Care Act’s mandates isn’t consuming all of our benefits energy. There are still many mandates to fill and new pieces to incorporate, but at this point here at Insurance Trust we have a clearer idea of what’s coming down the pike and it’s more of a stream than an avalanche of new information.
Insurance Trust has heard from several sources that the US Department of Labor is expected to audit the employee benefits plans of every group subject to ERISA in the next 5 years with a focus on groups under 50. ERISA is the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 but the name is deceptive. Much of… Read more »
As most of you know the CFPB issued a final rule on the new Combined Mortgage Disclosures. The CFPB requires “easier to use mortgage disclosure forms” commonly referred to by CFPB as “Know Before You Owe.” The new forms will replace existing federal disclosures (e.g. TIL/GFE and TIL/HUD-1 or HUD-1A) Along with the new forms;… Read more »
As we all know, time flies by! Don’t look now but we all have less than a year to comply with the new Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act integration (TILA/RESPA) that goes into effect August 1st 2015. Conmar is nearing completion of the new forms and discussing implementation timelines with… Read more »