Agent Headlines: March 2018
On what tricky topics would you like Jerry Milton’s take? His final Primary Agent magazine columns will run this year.
Register today to reserve a remaining seat at a P&C Licensing Study Course, William T. Hold Seminar or E&O Risk Management Seminar.
Look to our new sample letter when an insured declines an Extended Reporting Period (ERP) endorsement on a claims-made policy.
Producers impacted by the fiduciary rule received a reprieve thanks to a recent federal appeals court ruling.
Congress just bought itself four more months to address the future of the debt-ridden National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Meanwhile, FEMA announced the next round of program changes.
The state Senate this week confirmed Jessica Altman, who has been serving as acting commissioner since late last summer.
Leverage the Pennsylvania Insurance Department’s efforts to advance and improve the private flood insurance market by requesting inclusion in their online consumer resources.
Compare your agency to the nation’s top-performing agencies. The Best Practices Study offers insight into a range of data, including producer success rates and compensation structures.
A new study suggests widespread flood risk, as the debt-ridden National Flood Insurance Program faces a March 23 reauthorization deadline.
Stay compliant with federal employment laws or chance higher civil penalties. Violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Family Medical Leave Act are among those with increased penalties.
Agencies that “share” employees (think: a cluster or a partner with whom they formed another entity) are in the middle of a liability tug of war … again. The National Labor Relations Board overturned its joint employer criteria last month.
Many members received a non-compliance email this week from the NY Dept. of Financial Services. If you hold a license in New York, are you next?
Young agents: Save the date for the third annual Futures Conference, Sept. 25-26 at the Omni Bedford Springs Resort in Bedford, PA.