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Texas DOI Increases Course Completion Fee

Starting October 1, 2018, the Texas DOI will increase it’s course completion submission fee from $0.75 to $0.78 per credit hour per person. Ref:  Texas Administrative Code: §19.1014 ( c ) Question for DOI: Complete this online form.    

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New Oklahoma Flood Requirement

Insurance professionals in Oklahoma will soon be required to expand their knowledge on flood insurance.  Beginning January 1, 2019, the Oklahoma Insurance Department (OID) will require at least 1 hour of continuing education on flood coverage.  All resident agents, CSRs and adjusters with a Property line of authority will be required to complete 1 hour Read More

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New Mobile App from NIPR for Producers

NIPR – NIPR has launched a new mobile app for insurance professionals which will allow access to licensing information on mobile devices. Future versions of the app will allow insurance professionals the ability to renew licenses. It is available on the Apple App Store, or Google Play Store. https://www.nipr.com/news/180615_nipr_launches_new_mobile_app.htm    

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Alabama Extends License Renewal Time

Alabama – Section 4 of Insurance Regulation No. 110 [Rule 482-1-110-.04], which sets forth the procedures for renewal of licenses for producers and service representatives, was amended to extend the time within which licensees can renew a license from 75 days to 90 days prior to license expiration.  The amendments are effective January 1, 2019, Read More

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CE Carryover for Michigan Producers

With the implementation of PA 67 of 2017, Michigan Producers and Solicitors whose licensed require CE have the potential to carry over hours from the current review period to the next review period. Carryover takes effect 7/1/2018 for Producers and Solicitors with 7/1/2018 CE review date and later. If a licensee completes additional CE hours Read More

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CEU Institute and AAWCP form strategic partnership.

The CEU Institute (www.ceuinstitute.net) and the American Academy of Workers’ Compensation Physicians (www.wcdoctors.com), two of the industry’s premier organizations facilitating training and continuing education events specific to professionals in the Workers’ Compensation field, have agreed to work together to offer their respective members additional value, including bringing AAWCP members in to provide Workers’ Compensation In-Services Read More

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Texas License Expiration Date Changes

Starting April 17, 2018, Texas licensees will start seeing their license expiration dates change to the last day of their  birth month.  This does not affect continuing education credits or other requirements Reference: http://www.tdi.texas.gov/agent/index.html

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Oregon Adjuster Update

From the Oregon Department of Financial Services:  Beginning January 1, 2019, Oregon will not renew a non-resident adjuster license for an individual from a non-reciprocal state until they confirm that the applicant has passed the Oregon exam http://dfr.oregon.gov/  

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South Carolina DOI No Longer Mailing Renewals

SOUTH CAROLINA Effective January 1, 2017, a valid email address is required by law.   Visit Online Services to update your email address. The Department will no longer be mailing hard copy renewal notices to licensees. Contact: Andrea Bourgoin, CISR Manager of Licensing and Education Services abourgoin@doi.sc.gov 803-737-5757 South Carolina Department of Insurance

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Maine Workers’ Compensation Adjuster Line of Authority

As of January 1, 2018, Maine is separating the workers’ compensation and property and casualty (P&C) adjuster lines of authority. Resident adjuster applicants seeking workers’ compensation authority as of that date must take a workers’ compensation adjuster examination. The combined P&C and workers’ compensation examination will no longer be offered. Licensed resident adjusters who hold Read More

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