Compliance Library

Insurance licensing and compliance information for each state

Insurance is mostly regulated on a state-by-state basis, with each state and U.S. territory determining their own legal standards and procedures. Here you can find state-specific information such as department of insurance contacts; read FAQs about licensing, carrier appointments, and Just-In-Time requirements; and stay up to date with relevant articles and blogs.

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Comparison Table

With AgentSync’s 50 State Summary Table, we’ve taken the top questions concerning licensing, appointments, adjuster, and business entity management and set them in a comparative grid across the states and territories. Have an at-a-glance understanding of how each state handles appointments or licensing.

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Upcoming Changes

Mississippi –To update Designated Responsible Licensed Producer (DRLP) validations for business entities.

Effective July 14, 2023, the following requirements will be added to the Designated Responsible Licensed Producer (DRLP) validations. If the business entity is applying or renewing for Viatical Settlement Provider (PDB Code: 715), Viatical Settlement Representative (PDB Code: 8513), or Viatical Settlement Broker Entity (PDB Code: 8013), then the DRLP section of the application will be required. Applicant must provide a DRLP that is actively licensed in Mississippi as a Viatical Settlement Representative or a Viatical Settlement Broker.

Louisiana 2023 Agency Appointment Renewals

The Invoice renewal period for the Louisiana 2023 Agency Appointment Renewals is June 30, 2023 – August 1, 2023. The termination deadline is June 25, 2023

Ohio to Update Fee for Reinsurance Intermediary Licenses

Effective, July 1, 2023, the fee for the Reinsurance Intermediary Managers and Brokers will change from $500 to $100. This change will affect Resident Licensing, Resident Licensing Renewals, Non-Resident Licensing, and Non-Resident Licensing Renewals and will apply to individuals and business entities.

Massachusetts 2023 Insurance Producer Company Appointment Renewals

Massachusetts 2023 Insurance Producer Company Appointment Renewals Invoice Renewal Period** **July 19, 2023 – August 31, 2023 Termination Due Date une 30, 2023 \*Note: 15 day backdating period allowed.

Kansas to Update Company License Types and add Third Party Administrator

Effective June 12, 2023, Kansas will add the license class of Third Party Administrator as well as modify company licensing data.

Arkansas 2023 Company Appointment Renewals

Arkansas has released their 2023 Company Appointment Renewal dates. The renewal dates are 6/1/2023 - 6/30/2023. Electronic Termination Deadline is 5/24/2023 and the paper deadline is 5/1/2023

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