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Idaho Advocacy & State Resources

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  • Idaho Advocacy & State Resources

    FSI is committed to advocating for its members on the federal and state levels. We will be updating state issues in the Advocacy Action Center to monitor developments in the states and raise awareness about the many issues we are tracking.


  • Elder Abuse Reporting Information

    Commission on Aging
    877-471-2777
    Click here to access your state website.

    ABLE Act

    Idaho ABLE Act H.B. 41

    Disregards an applicant’s ABLE account in another state when determining their eligibility for a state or local assistance program or a need-based state or local grant.

    Read more.

    Noncompete Act

    Idaho Noncompete Act Bill H.B. 61

    Removes the requirement of presumption of irreparable harm for breach of a non-compete agreement, leaving such agreements to be applied and enforced by courts as other contracts are.

    Read more.

    Engaging the Next Generation

    While advocacy in Washington D.C. is our primary function, we are also working with and for our members to address the important, industry-wide challenge of hiring and training the next generation of financial advisors. Unfortunately, we have been unable to locate any educational programs in your state. If you are aware of a financial planning educational program in your state, please share that information with us.

    Call to Action

    There are no Calls to Action for this state at this time, please check back periodically and watch your in-box.

Elder Abuse Reporting Information

Commission on Aging
877-471-2777
Click here to access your state website.

ABLE Act

Idaho ABLE Act H.B. 41

Disregards an applicant’s ABLE account in another state when determining their eligibility for a state or local assistance program or a need-based state or local grant.

Read more.

Noncompete Act

Idaho Noncompete Act Bill H.B. 61

Removes the requirement of presumption of irreparable harm for breach of a non-compete agreement, leaving such agreements to be applied and enforced by courts as other contracts are.

Read more.

Engaging the Next Generation

While advocacy in Washington D.C. is our primary function, we are also working with and for our members to address the important, industry-wide challenge of hiring and training the next generation of financial advisors. Unfortunately, we have been unable to locate any educational programs in your state. If you are aware of a financial planning educational program in your state, please share that information with us.

Call to Action

There are no Calls to Action for this state at this time, please check back periodically and watch your in-box.
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