While independent agency ownership of expirations and data should be a settled matter, it’s important to review agency agreement contract language.
Heed the advice of cyber security experts, as hackers aim to infiltrate independent agencies for access to customer data.
Contribute to AgentPAC, the state-based political action committee of IA&B. It’s of the most important tools you have to help agents’ collective voice be heard.
Your federal government affairs team – the Big “I” – submitted comments recently in support of a new rule proposed by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). The rule would allow consumers the option to purchase private flood insurance instead of insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), when flood insurance is required by the
The IRS is reminding employers of the new requirement to report wages paid for leave taken under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) on employees’ W-2 forms. W-2s, which must be provided to employees by Jan. 31, can be corrected if they’ve already been issued. The IRS issued specific guidance on how employers are
Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware all held steady grades from 2019 to 2020 in the R Street Institute’s Insurance Regulation Report Card. The annual report looks at restrictions on consumers and insurers, as well as “how effectively are states discharging their duties to monitor insurer solvency and foster competitive, private insurance markets?” Pennsylvania maintained a B
Licensees conducting business in New York should expect to receive notification directly from the New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF) that, effective Feb. 28, 2021, it plans to discontinue its practice of mailing paper copies of New York State Disability Benefits Law (DBL) insurance policies and bills to insurance agents/brokers. It is IA&B’s understanding that