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Washington isn’t alone in its fairly complicated process to get an insurance license But that probably doesn’t give you any peace of mind if you’re a Washingtonian hoping to start a career in insurance.Read more
When you decide to pursue an insurance producer license in the state of Oregon, you have some decisions to make The Oregon Division of Financial Regulation (DFR) issues licensing in individual lines of authority, and you get to pick which lines apply to your license.Read more
If you’re ready to start a career in insurance, you’re going to need to get familiar with two organizations: the Alabama Department of Insurance (AL DOI) and the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR) You need to follow the steps the AL DOI requires to get your insurance producer license, but you’ll go through the NIPR to actually apply for your license.Read more
If you’re considering a career in insurance, you want to get a few things figured out How do you get your license in the first place? Will you need a ton of pre-license education hours? And once you get licensed, will the money you earn be worth it? Insurance producer salaries vary based on your experience level, the lines of coverage in which you’re licensed, and where you live.Read more