Someone with a Personal Lines can sell what?

This type of line means the individual can sell only personal homeowners, renters, boat insurance, motor cycle, recreational vehicles and auto policies. The individual cannot sell or insure farm, commercial or business policies. To be able to sell farm, commercial or business policies the individual must acquire their Property/ Casualty license. An example:  Joe wants

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Does the State of Illinois offer a finance plan for renewal license fee?

No the State of Illinois does not offer a payment or financial plan. For example: If the individual in question had their license expired a year ago in September, the individual failed to complete the C.E. requirements, did not have the money to pay the license renewal amount and  therefore failed to renew license they

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I want to sell Long Term Care Insurance, do I need a special license?

Producers with a Accident & Health licenses can sell Long Term Care insurance or riders after completing the initial eight hour course on Long Term Care Partnership.  Once that course is completed, you must complete a four hour Long Term Care course in your next renewal cycle.  An example,  you completed your required eight hour

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How long do I have to apply for my Illinois insurance license after completing the pre-licensing and passing the state examination?

You must be licensed prior  to one year of completion of your pre-licensing classes, or passing the state exam.  Failure to do so, will result in you completing the pre-licensing classes again.  If you wait too long, you will need to complete the pre-licensing and testing requirements again.

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I passed Part 2 of the Illinois Accident and Health licensing examination only, how long do I have to wait to retake the examination?

You must wait 3 days to retake the examination.  Since you failed Part 1 (general), you will only need to take Part 1 again. You have 90 days from the original examination date to pass the part that you failed.  Past 90 days, you must take both Part 1 & Part 2.

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I passed Part 1 of the Illinois Casualty licensing examination only, how do I have to wait to retake the examination?

You must wait 3 days to retake the examination.  Since you failed Part 2 (laws), you will only need to take Part 2 again. You have 90 days from the original examination date to pass the part that you failed.  Past 90 days, you must take both Part 1 & Part 2. REMEMBER:  You must

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I passed Part 2 of the Illinois Property licensing examination only, how do I have to wait to retake the examination?

You must wait 3 days to retake the examination.  Since you failed Part 1 (general), you will only need to take Part 1 again. You have 90 days from the original examination date to pass the part that you failed.  Past 90 days, you must take both Part 1 & Part 2.

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I passed Part 1 of the Illinois Life licensing examination only, how do I have to wait to retake the examination?

You must wait 3 days to retake the examination.  Since you failed Part 2 (laws), you will only need to take Part 2 again. You have 90 days from the original examination date to pass the part that you failed.  Past 90 days, you must take both Part 1 & Part 2.

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