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Agency licenses are perpetual as long as there is an agent-in-charge effectively designated. An agency license will expire after 90 days without an agent-in-charge.
Licensee An individual or business entity that holds a valid license and is appointed by an insurer to solicit, negotiate or procure insurance.
Agent's Appointment. Official authorization from an insurance company granting an agent the authority to act as its agent. In most states, agents must be appointed by at least one insurer in addition to being licensed by the state.
2 Agency (business entity) licensing is required in most states. If you have agents within your agency writing business in a state, most likely the agency will need to hold a license also. There are only a handful of states (IA, RI, TN, VT & WI) that don't require an agency to hold a license.
Insurance "producers," commonly known as insurance agents or brokers, are individuals who are licensed by a state's insurance department to sell insurance within that state. Each state has its own set of procedures for applying for a producer's license.
Business entity means a corporation, association, partnership, limited liability company, or other legal entity. ... It shall not include sole proprietor or partnerships in which there is only one licensed insurance producer.
As indicated above, Florida law was substantially different from the laws of those states that adopted the PLMA, as Florida law did not require or permit agencies to obtain a license. Consequently, Florida resident agencies had difficulty obtaining non-resident agency licenses in other states.
Agency licenses are perpetual as long as there is an agent-in-charge effectively designated. An agency license will expire after 90 days without an agent-in-charge.
Can I own an insurance agency without being licensed in insurance? ... In most jurisdictions, you will find that unlicensed individuals (and corporations/holding companies) can have an ownership interest in an insurance agency. The unlicensed owner would simply be precluded from acting as an insurance agent or broker.
There are three (3) types of Florida Life and Health Insurance licenses: 2-15 Florida Health & Life (Including Annuities & Variable Contracts) Agent License. 2-14 Florida Life (Including Annuities & Variable Contracts) Agent License. 2-40 Florida Health Agent License.
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