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Small Business
Impact Statement
Division  
20 CSR 2095-1.020 Emergency Amendment (Fees) The Division of Professional Registration and the Committee for Professional Counselors are statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of Chapter 337, RSMo. Pursuant to section 337.507, RSMo, the committee shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by Chapter 337 so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the committee for administering the provisions of Chapter 337, RSMo. n/a sos.mo.gov/adrules/moreg/current/v40n7/v40n7.pdf

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Professional Registration  
20 CSR 2095-1.020 Proposed Amendment (Fees) The Division of Professional Registration and the Committee for Professional Counselors are statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of Chapter 337, RSMo. Pursuant to section 337.507, RSMo, the committee shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by Chapter 337 so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the committee for administering the provisions of Chapter 337, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will cost state agencies approximately one hundred ninety thousand dollars ($190,000) biennially for the life of the rule. It is anticipated that the costs will recur for the life of the rule, may vary with inflation, and are expected to increase at the rate projected by the Legislative Oversight Committee. PRIVATE COST: This proposed amendment will save private entities approximately one hundred ninety thousand dollars ($190,000) biennially for the life of the rule. It is anticipated that the costs will recur for the life of the rule, may vary with inflation, and are expected to increase at the rate projected by the Legislative Oversight Committee. sos.mo.gov/adrules/moreg/current/v40n7/v40n7.pdf

This proposed amendment will save licensees $50 in biennial renewal fees.

Professional Registration  
20 CSR 200-12.020 This amendment changes the limitations on approved investments available to extended Missouri mutual companies organized under the provisions of sections 380.201-380.591, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed amendment will not cost private entities more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
39 MoReg 24

The proposed amended rule does not have an adverse impact on small businesses.

Insurance  
20 CSR 400-1.130 This amendment changes the actuarial table to be used in determining the minimum standard of valuation for any individual annuity or pure endowment contract issued on or after January 1, 2016, except as provided in subsection (2)(E) of this rule as amended. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed amendment will not cost private entities more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
40 MoReg 4 The proposed amended rule does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance  
             
             
             
             
             
             
             

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