Join us in Washington D.C. on April 18-19, when over 1,000 independent agents from across the country will convene to educate Congress on issues important to the independent agency system.
Bipartisan legislation recently introduced in the U.S. Senate would be a shot in the arm for health insurance producers by addressing medical loss ratio requirements.
The far-reaching New York cybersecurity rule continues to trigger compliance deadlines, the next of which falls in mid-February for all agencies licensed in the Empire State.
Without congressional action, authorization of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) will expire on Friday, Jan. 19.
Stay in the know about the latest employment-related announcements – whether you handle HR for your agency or advice your commercial lines customers on human resources.
Definitions, requirements and exemptions are among the changes to the Maryland’s data breach law, which took effect Jan. 1. The law applies to resident and non-resident agencies with customers in Maryland.
A mid-year workers’ compensation rate hike is on the horizon. The increase is a direct result of a recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision.
Attend a one-of-a-kind legislative event on April 18-19 in Washington, D.C., where you can educate members of Congress on issues important to you and your customers.
Employees who sustain injuries in the new year are subject to a new maximum workers’ compensation benefit. The increased State Average Weekly Wage triggered the change.
Open up your career and earning potential with a prestigious CIC designation – a true mark of excellence. CIC Institutes pick up again next month.
Leverage the national branding power of Trusted Choice® – which is featured on CNBC Primetime’s hit show “Billion Dollar Buyer.”
A reminder to all Pennsylvania surplus lines licensees: Your 2017 gross premium surplus lines tax payment and form are due by the end of January, regardless of whether or not you wrote any business last year.
Congress tossed a life raft to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) with passage of a two-week program extension. Now all eyes are on U.S. House-passed bill which would sink agent commissions.
Stay in the know about the latest employment regulations – whether you handle HR for your agency or advise your commercial lines customers on human resources.
Know how to advise your customers about liquor liability based on state-specific law and case law.
Protect your business and your livelihood against the many interests competing for attention in Harrisburg.
Stay in the know about the latest workers’ compensation market changes: a proposed dip in F-classification rates and a new mandatory endorsement.
Reduce your E&O risk by educating your customers about earthquake coverage – namely, how most standard property insurance policies don’t cover it – in the aftermath of last week’s East Coast shake-up.
The future of workers’ compensation rates remains up in the air. The PCRB this week submitted its April 1, 2018 loss cost filing to the Insurance Department, while state regulators continue to review the PCRB’s last request for a substantial mid-year increase.
Nearly a dozen policy changes and over 40 endorsement changes are on their way for the ISO Personal Auto program.
As the U.S. Senate moves quickly toward a tax-reform vote, insurance industry stakeholders and key lawmakers share concerns.
Applying for a Pennsylvania insurance license now requires one additional stop, but associated fees are slightly less. The fingerprinting process and background check fee, as well as the exam fee, are changing.