When you join the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU), you also become a member of the State Chapter, Washington Association of Health Underwriters (WAHU), and the Local Chapter, Eastern Washington Association of Health Underwriters (EWAHU).
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For a little more than $1.00 a day you can be a member of of NAHU.
Your Annual Dues are distributed as follows:
EWAHU dues: $25.00
WAHU dues: $80.00
NAHU dues: $270.00
Total Annual Dues: $375.00
You have the option of paying annually or monthly
As a chapter of the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) , the Eastern Washington Association of Health Underwriters abide by the objectives set forth by NAHU.
The objectives of NAHU are:
A. To promote the common business interests of those engaged in the sale of health, disability and related insurance products and services.
B. To advance public knowledge for the need and benefit of the financial protection provided by health, disability and related insurance products and services.
C. To promote the adoption and application of high standards of ethical conduct in the health, disability and related insurance products and services industry.
D. To provide and promote a program of continuing education and self improvement of NAHU members.
E. To coordinate the efforts of the various state and local Health Underwriter Associations of the United States.
F. To create, organize, encourage and charter, on a local and state level, associations for membership in NAHU.
G. To increase the knowledge of members concerning the principles, functions and applications of health, disability and related insurance products and services.
H. To promote education, legislation, regulation and practices which are in the best interest of the health, disability and related insurance products and services industry and thus provide financial protection to the insuring public.
I. To encourage adequate protection against the hazards of disability as part of a well-rounded health, disability and related insurance products and services program.
J. To do such other things and to carry out such other programs so as to further the purposes of the association.
Section 2. The association and its members recognize an obligation to present accurately, honestly and completely every fact essential to the client's decision as expressed in the associations Code of Ethics, which are considered a part of these Bylaws.
To hold the selling, service and distribution of disability insurance and health insurance plans as a professional and public trust and to do all in my power to maintain its prestige.
To keep paramount the needs of those whom I serve.
To respect my clients’ trust in me, and to never do anything which would betray their trust or confidence.
To present policies factually and accurately, providing all information necessary for the issuance of sound insurance coverage to the public I serve.
To use no advertising which may be false or misleading.
To consider the sale of disability insurance and health insurance plans as a career, to know and abide by the insurance laws of my state, and to seek to constantly increase my knowledge and improve my ability to meet the needs of my clients.
To be fair and just to my competitors, and to engage in no practices that may reflect unfavorably on myself and my industry.
To treat prospects, clients and companies fairly by submitting applications that reveal all available information pertinent to underwriting a policy.
To be loyal to my clients, associations, fellow agents and brokers, and the company or companies whose products I represent.