The countdown is on for the ultimate conference for young, independent insurance professionals. And this just in: We’ve added two additional speakers, Kevin Amrhein and Sydney Roe.
If you do business in New York, you may need to revisit your processes for file disposal by Sept. 3 to comply with the state’s Cybersecurity Rule.
Get up to speed on Maryland’s CE requirements, including the flood, long-term care, and ethics credits necessary for many producers.
Evaluate your agency’s website functionality, cybersecurity, and more by reviewing the results from the 2018 Insurance Digital Transformation Survey.
Congress is poised to continue kicking the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) can down the road. With days before the program is set to expire, the U.S. House sent another short-term extension to the Senate.
Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer Jr. continues to prioritize expansion of the state’s insurance marketplace.
As of Oct. 1, Maryland will condense the eligibility period significantly for acquiring a producer license.
Catch a recording of last week’s 30-minute webinar, “10 Must-Haves for Insurance Agency Websites,” presented by our partners at Forge3. Then learn about a special promotion on the Forge3 ActiveAgency website platform.
If you hold a South Carolina non-resident license and have 10 employees or more, take note of the state’s new Insurance Data Security Act.
The Trump Administration plans to funnel more health insurance shoppers directly to “the private sector,” rather than to navigators, in a second year of federal funding cuts to the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
What issues would you like IA&B to address? Share your suggestions for the upcoming IA&B Board of Directors’ meeting agenda.
Following passage of two bills during the 2018 session, the Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) is shutting down the practice of variable commission rates – with one exception. It may be time for your agency to revisit your practices and make sure you’re compliant.
Learn what to expect in the months ahead, as recently passed laws take effect. The Maryland Insurance Administration recently summarized the insurance legislation passed during 2018.
Once again the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) faces an expiration with the possibility of a lapse. This time, the Maryland Insurance Administration is advising consumers to prepare.
Get schooled this summer to get ahead in your career. Register for our CISR, special topic, or James K. Ruble Graduate seminars – all coming to Maryland in the weeks ahead.
Accessing your producer licensing information just became easier. The National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR) just released a mobile app.
Get up to speed on new requirements and forms stemming from legislation that creates an “enhanced” underinsured motorist coverage option.
Take a guided tour through 13 platforms without leaving your home or office. Register for the Agency Management System E-Summit with live webinars beginning Monday, July 16.
State regulators are voicing concerns about mandatory offers of coverage (or lack thereof), as consumers lodge complaints in the aftermath of recent storms.
Amendments to the state’s Surplus Lines regulation took effect this week, changing brokers’ license-renewal deadlines.
Your auto customers vacationing north of the border must carry Canadian ID cards or risk fines. Non-Resident Inter-Province Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance Cards must be shown if a U.S. resident is involved in an accident or is pulled over.
NFIP claims with a loss date of June 7 through the end of the year are subject to changes in the claims process, as FEMA looks to improve customer service.
Learn how to advise those impacted by the late-May flash flooding – from how to document property damage to what to expect with storm-damaged vehicles.
The latest malware – which has compromised hundreds of thousands of routers – drives home the need for identity theft and cyber liability insurance.