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Myra Warren

Myra Warren

Director of Life Insurance

Myra Warren was re-elected by acclamation during the 69th Biennial NALC Convention in Philadelphia to serve a third term as director of the union’s Mutual Benefit Association (MBA). Full bio

U.S. Letter Carriers Mutual Benefit Association

100 Indiana Ave., N.W., Suite 510
Washington, DC 20001-2144

The United States Letter Carriers Mutual Benefit Association (MBA), founded in 1891, was created for the benefit of National Association of Letter Carriers members and their families. The MBA is the life insurance division of the NALC. Today, the MBA has more than $224 million of life insurance in force on its members.

Insurance plans offered by the MBA are designed to give NALC members and their families the best possible protection for the lowest cost. See MBA Membership Qualifications for details regarding eligibility for purchasing MBA products.

MBA Board of Trustees

Revised life insurance products from the MBA

The Mutual Benefit Association (MBA) is revising its life insurance products offered to letter carriers and their family members.

These revised products include:

The new products will be available effective Sept. 1. For applications and brochures, contact your branch president or branch MBA representative, or call the MBA office at 202-638-4318.

Please discard any old MBA life insurance applications and brochures.

Interest rates for MBA products

Interest rates for Mutual Benefit Association products are set annually by the MBA Board of Trustees. These interest rates are in effect from Jan. 1, 2016, through Dec. 31, 2016.

* Subject to minimum contractual guarantees

Notice: MBA’s Interest Credit Rate for 2017 will be 3.25 percent.

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