1 California Annuity Training Appendix I. Annuity Legislative History Understanding of the following annuity legislation is significant. It provides the evolutionary changes for each law throughout the years. It is important to know what impact for the following pieces of legislation, you may log onto the California Legislature s Web site at or you may call the Legislative Bill Room at (916) to order copies of this legislation. Year: 2008 SB 483 (Medi Cal Eligibility Bill) California Senate Bill 483, which passed in September 2008, made major changes to California s Medicaid program, Medi Cal. The bill was designed to ensure that California is in compliance with the Federal Deficit Reduction Act of Key provisions of the bill, which apply to applicants for home and facility care, Increase the look back period, which is the time within which Medi Cal can review transfers of assets, from 30 to 60 months. It requires the state to begin periods of ineligibility in either the month of application, or the first day of the month during or after which assets were transferred by an eligible Medicaid beneficiary when the beneficiary begins receiving those services. Require the state to develop a hardship waiver process; periods of ineligibility cannot be imposed when undue hardship exists. It permits nursing facilities to request consideration of undue hardship for their patients, upon approval of the personal representative, if any. Set $750,000 as the equity interest in a home that can be exempted for persons who seek eligibility for Medi Cal long term care services. Equity interest is the assessed value, or the appraised value of the home, whichever is lower, minus encumbrances. Requires Medi Cal applicants to disclose whether they or their spouses have an annuity, and requires the state to determine whether or not an annuity is the type for which the state may become a remainder beneficiary. Exempt annuities include work related annuities and other retirement plans, in certain circumstances. Year: 2003 SB 620, 2003, (Scott, Chapter 547), Annuities: life insurance: required disclosures and prohibited sales practices. An act to amend Sections 787, , , and of, and to add Sections 789.9, , 1724, and to, the Insurance Code, relating to insurance. Enacts additional restrictions on advertising practices that target senior citizens and would expand the scope of existing restrictions, currently applicable to disability Prohibits the sale of annuities to seniors in certain circumstances. Prohibits insurance agents, brokers, and solicitors who are not attorneys from sharing 1
2 commissions or other compensation with attorneys. Requires, effective January 1, 2005, specific training for life agents in order for these producers to sell annuities, unless the agents are nonresident agents who represent a direct response provider, as defined. Limits the investment of premiums during the 30 day cancellation period, except as specified, and revises the disclosure requirements applicable to the sale of life insurance and annuity products to seniors. Imposes restrictions on the sale of life insurance policies and annuities in the home of a senior citizen. Prohibits an agent or insurer from recommending the unnecessary replacement, as defined, of an annuity by a senior citizen. Prohibits an agent or insurer from recommending the unnecessary replacement, as defined, of an annuity by a senior citizen. Imposes certain duties on the Insurance Commissioner in this regard, and enacts other related provisions. SB 618, (Scott, Chapter 546), Insurance: unfair acts: licenses. An act to amend Sections 782, 786, 789.3, and of, and to add Sections and to, the Insurance Code, relating to unfair acts. Raises the fine for a violation of these provisions to $1,500. Extends to individuals age 65 or older who purchase life insurance the protections described above that apply to those individuals who purchase disability policies. Declares that it applies to the purchase of life insurance only to the extent that it does not conflict with the provisions of law regarding cancellation of life insurance policies and annuities. Increases the amounts of these monetary penalties, as specified. Provides that, if the commissioner brings an action against a licensee under these provisions and determines that the licensee may reasonably be expected to cause significant harm to seniors, the commissioner may suspend the license pending the outcome of the action. It allows the commissioner to require the rescission of any contract marketed, offered, or issued in violation of these provisions. Authorizes the commissioner to suspend or revoke any permanent license issued if the licensee induces the client to make a loan or gift to or investment with the licensee, or to otherwise act in other specified ways that benefit the licensee or other people acquainted with or related to the licensee. Requires that, if a disciplinary hearing of this type involves allegations of misconduct directed against a person age 65 or over, the hearing be held within 90 days after the Department of Insurance receives the notice of defense, unless a continuance is granted. Sets forth the grounds for granting a continuance, and provides that the burden of proof in a hearing shall be by a preponderance of the evidence. Increases the amounts of these monetary penalties, as specified, and allows the commissioner to suspend or revoke the license of any person who violates these provisions. AB 284 (Chavez, Chapter 381), Deferred annuities: nonforfeiture An act to amend Sections and of, and to add Sections and to, the Insurance Code, relating to annuities. facility care, Requires that these annuity contracts also provide that the company shall grant the paid up annuity benefit upon the written request of the contract owner. Eliminates the requirement applicable to certain contracts that a company reserve the right to 2
3 defer the payment of the cash surrender benefit for a period of 6 months, and instead allows the company to reserve that right after making written request and receiving written approval of the commissioner, as specified. Allows payment of the cash surrender benefit to be deferred for a period not to exceed 6 months. Provides for a uniform method of calculating minimum nonforfeiture amounts under these contracts. It modifies the interest rate applicable to accumulations under these contracts, the amounts by which those accumulations may be decreased, and the minimum amount of considerations used to determine the minimum nonforfeiture amount, as specified. Provides that these provisions shall apply to contracts issued on and after January 1, 2006, but that a company may elect to apply them, on a contract form by contractform basis, to any contract issued on or after January 1, 2004, and before January 1, Allows the Insurance Commissioner to adopt regulations to implement these provisions and to adjust the calculation of minimum nonforfeiture amounts for certain other contracts. Year: 2002 AB 2984 (Committee on Insurance, Chapter 203), Insurance: depository institutions: production agencies: surplus line brokers: reinsurance intermediaries. An act to amend Sections 1628, 1637, 1639, 1656, 1662, 1679, 1704, , , 1767, 1768, , and of, to add Sections and to, to add Article 5.2 (commencing with Section 759) to Chapter 1 of Part 2 of Division 1 of, and to repeal Sections 1647, 1648, 1649, 1659, and 1714 of, the Insurance Code, relating to insurance. Establishes provisions regulating retail sales practices, solicitations, advertising, and offers of any insurance product or annuity to a consumer by a depository institution, or any person engaged in those activities at the office of a depository institution or on behalf of a depository institution. Revises licensing provisions with regard to production agencies, surplus line brokers, and reinsurance intermediaries, and also revises requirements for certain licensees within those categories. Because this bill expands the duties of a surplus line broker and thereby expand the definitions of crimes associated with a violation of these duties, the bill imposes a statemandated local program. Provides that no reimbursement is required by this act for a specified reason. Year: 2000 SB 423 (Johnston, Chapter 694), Life insurance: guaranteed living benefits An act to add Section to the Insurance Code, relating to insurance, and declaring the urgency thereof, to take effect immediately. Authorizes a life insurer to deliver or issue for delivery variable contracts or riders to variable contracts containing guaranteed living benefits, as defined, under certain conditions. AB 2107 (Scott, Chapter 442), Elder Abuse An act to add Section 6177 to the Business and Professions Code, and to amend and renumber Section of, to amend Section of, and to add Section to, the Insurance Code, and to amend Section of the Welfare and Institutions Code, relating to elder abuse. Imposes the duty of honesty, good faith, and fair dealing on insurers, brokers, agents, and others engaged in the business of Medicare supplemental insurance and longterm care insurance with respect to prospective policyholders. Only permits life agents, on or after July 1, 2001, to sell or offer for sale to an elder or his or her agent any financial product on the basis of the product's treatment under Medi Cal after 3
4 providing the elder or his or her agent with a specified disclosure, in writing, explaining the resource and income requirements of the Medi Cal program, including, but not limited to, certain exempt resources, certain protections against spousal impoverishment, and certain circumstances under which an interest in a home may be transferred without affecting Medi Cal eligibility. The bill excludes from the application of these disclosure provisions credit life insurance, as defined. Requires the State Bar to make a report, by December 31 of each year, to the Legislature on the provision of financial services by lawyers to elders, as specified. The report would include the number of complaints filed and investigations initiated, the type of charges made, and the number and nature of disciplinary actions taken by the State Bar. Revises the definition of existing law that defines financial abuse for the purpose of reporting and investigating elder and dependent adult abuse. Year: 1998 SB 1718 (Calderon, Chapter 386), Life insurance. An act to amend Sections and of the Insurance Code, relating to life insurance. Existing law provides that every life insurer that uses an agent shall, among other things, when a replacement of insurance is involved, provide a notice delivered with the policy that the applicant has a right to an unconditional refund of all premiums, which right may be exercised within 20 days of the date of delivery of the policy. Existing law contains other provisions applicable to variable annuity contracts, variable life insurance contracts, and modified guaranteed contracts that authorize the return of the contract during the cancellation period. This bill adds the latter provision to the previous provisions requiring the applicant to be given notice of a right to an unconditional refund, and changes the 20 day period for the exercise of the right to obtain a refund to a 30 day period. Existing law permits certain insurers to issue funding agreements and provides that this authorization does not affect the priority of claims against insolvent insurers. This bill corrects a cross reference relating to this priority of claims. Year: 1997 SB 203 (Lewis, Chapter 28), Insurers: mortality tables. An act to amend Sections , , and of the Insurance Code, relating to insurance. Existing law regulates the types of benefits to be paid under a policy of life insurance in the event of a default in premium payments or upon surrender of the policy, and also regulates the manner in which reserves are to be maintained by insurers issuing life insurance policies and annuity and pure endowment contracts. Existing law provides for insurers to use certain mortality tables for these purposes that have been approved by the Insurance Commissioner through promulgation of a regulation. This bill alternatively allows the commissioner to approve mortality tables through issuance of a bulletin. Year: 1994 SB 1505 (Calderon, Chapter 984), Life insurance and annuity contracts: senior citizen policies and annuities An act to amend Sections , , , , and of the Insurance Code, relating to life insurance, and declaring the urgency thereof, to take effect immediately. Makes specified changes in the cancellation procedures and notice requirements and, in 4
5 addition, applies those procedures and requirements to individual annuity contracts. In addition, for variable annuity contracts, variable life insurance contracts, and modified guaranteed contracts, a cancelling purchaser would be entitled to a refund of any policy fee paid as well as payment for the value of the account. These provisions do not apply to specified types of group life insurance or group annuity contracts. Under specified circumstances, senior citizens are entitled to refunds if they cancel policies of group term life insurance during the first 30 days of the policy period. The bill also makes conforming changes. Also adds the options of stating only the location in the policy text of the required information in 12 point bold type on the cover page of the policy, or by disclosing that information on a sticker that is affixed to the cover page of the policy or to the policy jacket. Provides that modified guaranteed annuities are subject to the forfeiture provisions for individual deferred annuities computed under the terms of the annuity, but excluding market adjustment factors, as specified. In addition, group annuities exempted from the provisions governing individual deferred annuities are also exempted from any modified guaranteed annuity regulations. This exemption is retroactive to January 1, 1987, to the extent that the assets underlying the group contracts have not been maintained in a separate account. The bill provides that it is to take effect immediately as an urgency statute. AB 1667 (Hoge, Chapter 6), California Insurance Guarantee Association An act to amend Sections 1063, , , , , , , , and of, to add Section to, and to repeal and add Section of, the Insurance Code, relating to insurance, and declaring the urgency thereof, to take effect immediately. Existing law establishes a California Insurance Guarantee Association and specifies those insurers that are required to be members of the association. It exempts certain classes of insurance from assessments and other requirements of the association. This bill specifically enumerates those exempt classes of insurance, and provides that any insurer admitted to transact only those classes or kinds of insurance excluded from specified provisions shall not be a member of the association. Existing law provides that the association shall be managed by a board of governors serving for 3 year terms. Those terms expire each year. This bill provides that those terms expire each year on December 31. This bill also, among other things, does all of the following with respect to the California Insurance Guarantee Association: (a) Revises the definition of "insolvent insurer," and "covered claims," and defines "ocean marine insurance," as specified. (b) Revises certain policy construction and cancellation provisions with respect to insurer insolvency. (c) Revises the authorization of the association to submit reports and make recommendations to the Insurance Commissioner regarding the financial condition of member insurers, and certain examination and other report requirements, as specified. (d) Revises insolvency premium provisions, as specified. (e) Specifies certain notice provisions with respect to an ancillary liquidator. Existing law provides for the California Life and Health Insurance Guarantee Association. The statute that established that association abolished the California Life Insurance Guaranty Association and the Robbins Seastrand Health Insurance Guaranty Association. This bill provides that the California Life and Health Insurance Guarantee Association is created by the merger of the Robbins Seastrand Health Insurance Guaranty Association with and into the California Life Insurance Guaranty Association and that the association succeeds to the rights, property, and obligations of the predecessors, as specified. 5
6 Revises provisions dealing with the applicability of specified disability insurance policies issued outside of California to an employer whose principle place of business and majority of employees are located outside of California. Year: 1993 SB 1065 (Mello, Chapter 516), Life insurance. An act to add Sections , , , and to the Insurance Code, relating to insurance. Adds additional provisions which permit a senior citizen, as defined, to cancel any policy of life insurance within 30 days following delivery, as specified. It requires those policies to contain a notice of that provision. Those provisions are inapplicable to individual life insurance policies issued in connection with a credit transaction or issued under a contractual policy change or conversion privilege provisions contained in a policy. Additionally makes those provisions inapplicable to noncontributory employer group life insurance contracts. Requires offerings of life insurance policies to senior citizens that contain illustrations of nonguaranteed values to contain certain disclosures. It requires annual statements to senior citizen policyowners to disclose the current accumulation value and current cash surrender value and requires life insurance policies for senior citizens, which contain a surrender charge period to disclose the surrender period and penalties associated therewith. 6
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