Insurance Ce Texas

Written by Helen Glenn Court
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As an insurance producer, you're fully aware that insurance CE Texas is as much a requirement of your profession as it is in any other state. Continuing education in insurance is what enables you to stay abreast of legislative, economic, and industry developments. Without that, you're not well poised to serve policy holders. What your role in insurance is--whether financial planner, life insurance broker, claims adjuster, or property agent--your goal is to assist and advise the policy holder.

If homeowner rates are rising, you need to be aware not only that they are, but why they are. You need to know whether they might stabilize, fall, or continue to rise in the coming year. It's the kind of question a policy holder will ask. It's also the kind of knowledge you keep pace with if you make the most of insurance CE Texas.

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It is well worth remembering that you don't necessarily even need to remember when your insurance license expires. This is because renewal notices are sent automatically to your last registered address 90 days before your renewal date comes up. As long as you don't move without a forwarding address, then, you'll get your reminder. With luck you will have already undertaken and completed the 30 required hours of insurance CE Texas.

This shouldn't be that much of a problem, because 15 of those hours can be taken in self-study courses. Furthermore, Texas is now a signatory to the reciprocity agreement on continuing education credits. What the agreement effectively achieves is a shared course catalog. No matter what state program or institution--among the 47 participating states--is offering an approved insurance course, you're free to take it and use the credits toward your Texas requirements for license renewal.

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