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Virginia

If you live in the state of Virginia you must obtain an insurance producer’s license before conducting insurance transactions for profit. The Virginia Bureau of Insurance offers 5 different types of insurance producer’s licenses. The insurance licenses are as follows: Life and Annuities Health Property and Casualty Personal Lines Title In addition to the five [...]

Virginia

Getting your Virginia insurance producers license is only half the battle. The other half is taking continuing education classes to maintain it. The Virginia Bureau of Insurance requires all of its licensed insurance producers to take a minimum of 16 hours of continuing education classes in order to maintain and renew their licenses. If you [...]

Florida

The general producer’s insurance license in the state of Florida is also known as the general lines insurance license 220. With the general insurance license, Florida agents can sell property/casualty insurance on both a personal and commercial insurance level. To become a licensed producer in the state of Florida applicants must be at least 18 [...]

Florida

Insurance agents, producers and brokers licensed in the state of Florida must take continuing education credits in order to maintain their Florida license. Florida has one of the more complicated continuing education course requirement systems of the various states that offer insurance licenses. The continuing education requirement is based on the type of license and [...]

Nevada

The Nevada Commissioner of Insurance requires all of its agents to become licensed before engaging in insurance transactions for a commission. There are several types of insurance licenses (lines of authority) offered by the Nevada Division of Insurance. Nevada offers Life, Health, Life & Health, Property, Casualty, Property & Casualty and an All Lines of [...]

In order to transact insurance business for a commission in the state of Delaware, you must have a Delaware insurance producer’s license. Although Delaware requires each insurance producer to be licensed, they do not have a formal pre-licensing education requirement. In some states, applicants must sit for a set number of pre-licensing education classes and [...]

Connecticut

The state of Connecticut requires all individuals and businesses that engage in insurance transactions for a fee to have a valid CT producer’s license. The producer’s license is also known as an agent or broker’s license. The license may go by several different names, but there is only one process for obtaining one. To get [...]

Ohio

The Ohio Department of Insurance requires its insurance professionals to hold an insurance license before engaging in insurance transactions. Ohio offers several types of insurance licenses which include but are not limited to Property, Casualty, Personal, Life, Title and more. Visit the Ohio Department of insurance website for a complete listing of the available insurance [...]

Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Commissioner of Insurance requires its insurance professionals to obtain an insurance license before engaging in transactions for a fee. Anyone looking to earn commissions by engaging in insurance transactions must follow the state’s procedure for obtaining the appropriate insurance license. Wisconsin offers insurance licenses in 5 different lines of authority (license type) as [...]

Alabama

The Alabama Dept. of Insurance requires its insurance professionals to obtain a producer’s license before conducting business in a broker or agent capacity. Before applying for an insurance license in the state of Alabama, decide which type of license you would like to obtain. Alabama offers the following types of licenses administered by Alabama department [...]