November 19, 2020

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 This newsletter contains updates on the latest NFP and industry resources related to the Corporate Benefits industry. 
 Are You Ready for the Put? 
 Does your company have an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP)? If so, read Dan Barry’s “Are You Ready for the Put?” white paper to ensure you’ve addressed frequently overlooked preparations. Companies with new ESOPs often don’t prioritize repurchase liability preparation because the obligation appears far off, but this can lead to challenges down the road.
 Reminder: Rx One Pager: A Vaccine is Coming – Are You Prepared? » 
 Updated: NFP Ventures Supports Client Financial Wellness Through New MoneyLion Partnership 
 You can now offer your employees access to MoneyLion’s all-in-one financial platform, including access to Instacash℠, interest-free cash advances designed to cover essentials and unexpected expenses. Click here to learn more about NFP’s partnership with MoneyLion.

Learn more about what MoneyLion has to offer.
 Updated: Benefits Compliance State Quick Reference Chart » 
 Updated: Frequently Asked Questions: Benefits Compliance and COVID-19 » 
 Understanding the Disconnection Between Diversity and Inclusion » 
 Cyber Landscape Post COVID-19 
 Given the speed at which the virus hit and the number of people affected, organizations had a limited time frame to put together a work from home plan. These circumstances, however, are not unique to Keith Novak, cybersecurity expert at Kroll. Keith will share key considerations and best practices for organizations to implement to harden remote work environments and their overall cyber maturity well beyond the pandemic.

When: December 3, 2020, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m., ET
Register Here
 November 11: What’s More Profitable, Bank Robbery or Credit Card Fraud? » 

It’s been a whirlwind since Election Day and while the Electoral College vote isn’t until December 14, results are coming into focus. In our final Election Update podcast, NFP’s Suzanne Spradley, Chase Cannon and Kristin Bulat recap the election process, discuss pending litigation and look ahead to what we might see over the next few months. Our experts also offer insights on the US Supreme Court’s consideration of California v. Texas, which challenges the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate. We’re finishing strong with an episode that’s not to be missed.

As we look ahead, specialized expertise will be increasingly critical to navigating complex challenges and risks. In December, NFP will be hosting a three-part post-election webinar series to offer perspectives on the impact of the results. In the coming weeks, look for details on the webinar dates and times, as well as information on our speakers, all of whom offer unique insights on client solutions and the broader political and economic landscape.

 Teacher Saves a Student’s Grandmother from a Stroke After Noticing Symptoms Over Zoom » 
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