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MAGAZINE & NEWSLETTERS
Actuarial Update, the monthly newsletter for all Academy members, covers public policy and professionalism news and issues. Update also is a key source for news about the Academy itself and Academy membership.
The Actuarial Standards Board's newsletter, with progress reports on the ASB's work developing and updating standards.
Casualty Quarterly covers stories of interest to property/casualty actuaries. In addition to a roundup of the most recent quarter’s Academy P/C news, it highlights key federal and state legislation and regulations.
Contingencies is the bimonthly magazine of the Academy that takes readers into the world of the actuary — insurance, casualty, health, pension, financial and risk management - through a wide array of feature stories, commentaries, interviews, how-to columns, and more.
Essential Elements, a new series of concise and informative papers developed by the Academy, is designed to provide a quick and easy-to-understand overview of key public policy issues of interest to Academy members, policy makers and the general public. Each paper provides the important points and analysis, supplemented by graphics, so that the reader can quickly understand the issue and its significance to the public debate.
HealthCheck is the Academy’s quarterly digital newsletter covering the actuarial perspective on health care policy.
Life Perspectives is a quarterly newsletter designed to keep you up to date on activities of the Academy’s Life Practice Council.
StateScan Roundup highlights state legislation across the country that may be of interest to Academy members.
The Retirement Report is a quarterly newsletter that collects pension news for enrolled actuaries and Academy members in the pension and retirement practice areas.
Amicus curiae (friend of the court) briefs submitted by the Academy on litigation involving issues important to the actuarial profession.
Brief for the National Federation of Independent Business, et al. v. Sebelius, Secretary of Health And Human Services, et al./State of Florida, et al. v. Department of Health And Human Services, et al.