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If you live in the state of Washington and you’re licensed to produce insurance, you’re probably at least a little familiar with the requirements of the Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC) Even so, the waters can get a little muddy around continuing education requirements because they vary for residents and non-residents.Read more
A lot has changed for all of us this year But that hasn’t deterred the Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) from mandating continuing education (CE) for resident insurance producers in 2020.Read more
The California Department of Insurance (CDI) wants to make sure that its insurance licensees stay in the know about the latest changes in the industry At the same time, they also want to make sure ethics stays top-of-mind for each insurance professional.Read more
In North Carolina, you need to complete continuing education in order to maintain your insurance license If you don’t finish the required number of hours by the due date, your license expires and you have a four-month grace period to get those hours finished.Read more
As an individual insurance producer in the state of Pennsylvania, you only need to worry about renewing your insurance license every couple of years Still, though, it’s helpful to know what to expect of that process and the easiest way to navigate it.Read more