The state expects to submit its final proposal to amend overtime eligibility standards in the fall. Learn what’s at stake and how we’re advocating on members’ behalf.
Earn CEs, update a designation, and sharpen your sales skills at one of our award-winning classroom seminars next month.
With its expiration date fast approaching (just in time for the Atlantic hurricane season), the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) faces the prospect of another short-term extension to stay afloat.
Big changes could be in store for the state’s individual health insurance market. We met with the Insurance Department to hear their proposal.
Over two dozen IA&B members visited Capitol Hill last week for the Big “I” Legislative Conference, where they talked with federal lawmakers about everything from flood insurance to tax reform.
Summertime brings a slew of seasonal exposures. Get up to speed on how standard insurance policies respond to golf carts, motor homes, trampolines, and more.
How does the CGL respond to an intellectual property infringement claim? Get IA&B Education Consultant Kevin Amrhein’s take on the issue.
Meet Pennsylvania’s new, one-time training requirement – necessary for all producers who hold a Life and Annuities license – with our May 21 webinar.
As the average cost of dog-bite claims continues to rise, review the ability of carriers to exclude coverage based on dog breed and bite history in Pennsylvania.
A new PCRB circular offers a look at trends in claim costs, loss cost changes, and more over the past 25 years.
What issues would you like IA&B to address? Share your suggestions for the upcoming IA&B Board of Directors’ meeting agenda.
Don't give up the Life line of authority because of Pennsylvania's new annuities suitability training requirement. Meet the one-time training requirement with ease (and for just $50) by taking our May 21 webinar.
Reduce your risk of a data breach by evaluating the effectiveness of your and your customers’ email system encryption.
While not standard (yet), it is increasingly common that companies require producers to carry a Cyber policy. Read our take on the trend and how IA&B can provide coverage.
During last week’s state Senate Insurance Committee hearing to consider re-confirming Jessica Altman, the insurance commissioner weighed in on the mid-year workers’ compensation loss cost filing.
We’re seeking members to participate in upcoming Department of Labor and Industry meetings to voice their opinions on proposed changes to Pennsylvania’s overtime eligibility standards.
The complete Pennsylvania Construction Classification Premium Adjustment Program (PCCPAP) credit table is now available for policies effective on or after Oct. 1.
Effective June 1, 2019, ACORD will unveil a more robust version of its ACORD 68 – Electronic Delivery Supplement form.
Pending legislation could give federal protections to the insurance industry for providing services to the cannabis-related businesses, plus open the door to new markets.
Want your employees to pass the licensing exam on the first try? We do! That’s why it’s guaranteed.
While the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) faces relatively minor changes this October, it’s a different story for October 2020.
As more states implement cybersecurity rules, you may need to revisit your processes for file disposal.
While FEMA announced an initiative to tie National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) rates to actual risk, state lawmakers considered creating an flood insurance premium assistance task force.
Write workers’ comp? Find changes to the employer assessment factor and other rating values that take effect on April 1, 2019.
The number of employees eligible for overtime pay would rise (albeit significantly less than the Obama-era change) under the latest U.S. Department of Labor proposal.