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The Texas Department of Insurance has updated some of its agent and adjuster licensing rules to bring them more in line with Texas law and best industry practices. Pass the exam before applying: If the license type requires a qualifying … Continue reading
The expiration date for your license has changed to the last day of your birth month. You can see the new date online. To look up a license on the TDI website, go to https://txapps.texas.gov/NASApp/tdi/TdiARManager. This change does not affect … Continue reading
IIAT recently met with TDI to discuss a number of topics including the licensing process. The good news is that the Department has recovered from the flood of applications and backlog resulting from Hurricane Harvey. TDI has stabilized processing times … Continue reading
Q. We have a new employee and were wondering if the personal lines license would be an alternative to the General Lines Property & Casualty License. What is a Personal Lines Property & Casualty Agent allowed to do? A. A personal lines property and … Continue reading
On September 6, 2017, Governor Abbott, in accordance with § 418.016 of the Government Code, approved suspension of certain licensing requirements and fees in order to allow all Texas‑licensed insurance agents and adjusters who are subject to the provisions listed … Continue reading