Non-resident agencies and individuals have until mid-April to submit their annual certificate of compliance with the New York Cybersecurity Regulation.
Review the U.S. Department of Labor’s newly released bulletin for guidance on how insurance agents and brokers can comply with the new health insurance compensation disclosure requirement.
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Read a message from IA&B President & CEO Jason Ernest about the sale of the IA&B office building in Mechanicsburg, PA.
Learn what’s known about the new compensation disclosure requirements for health insurance agents, which take effect on Dec. 27.
Review guidance from the Delaware Department of Labor to help clients comply with providing proof of workers’ compensation insurance under the Delaware Contractor Registration Act.
President Biden signed into law a continuing resolution to extend the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) through Feb. 18 – the 18th short-term extension since September 2017.
Congress must pass a National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) extension as part of government funding legislation – or separately extend the NFIP – by Friday at midnight.
Could an employer be vicariously liable for insurance fraud committed by an employee? An appeals court recently weighed in.
Employee recruitment and management have changed drastically since March 2020. Luckily, your IA&B membership gives you access to timely HR products and services.