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Old 01-22-2016, 01:14 PM
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I knew the answer to this question at one point in time. If you are no longer a member of any of the "five U.S.-based actuarial organizations who issue Statements of Actuarial Opinion (SAOs) in the United States" but are an Enrolled Actuary. Do the US Qualification Standards apply to you?

I am not asking about what rules one should follow as a professional. I am strictly interested in determining the bare minimum that is required to practice in this case.
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I knew the answer to this question at one point in time. If you are no longer a member of any of the "five U.S.-based actuarial organizations who issue Statements of Actuarial Opinion (SAOs) in the United States" but are an Enrolled Actuary. Do the US Qualification Standards apply to you?

I am not asking about what rules one should follow as a professional. I am strictly interested in determining the bare minimum that is required to practice in this case.
No, I don't think so. But the Enrolled Actuaries standards do apply. I suggest you check those out.

It's been decades since I was an EA, but I do recall hearing in CPE sessions that EAs need to jump through additional hoops* to get credit for the session.

* mostly about turning in the evaluation form at the end of the session.
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http://www.actuarialstandardsboard.o.../Comment-4.pdf this letter suggests the answer is no on page 2.
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