The Illinois Insurance Producer/Business Entity Bond is required by the Illinois Department of Insurance. The bond states that the insurance producer shall make a full accounting and due payment to the person or company entitled to funds coming into his possession as an incident to insurance transactions and shall comply with all the provisions of Section 500-30 of the IL Insurance Code.
To be an insurance producer in Illinois, you will first need to complete the pre-licensing requirement of 20 hours per line of authority; 7.5 of the 20 hours must be completed in a classroom setting i.e. life, Accident/Health, Fire (Property) Casualty, Personal Lines – Fire (Property) and Casualty. The only exception is Motor Vehicle of which 12.5 hours of pre-licensing and 5 hours must be in the classroom setting. After finishing that, you may then take the Insurance Licensing Examination. After passing that exam, wait for 5 days before applying for your license through the NIPR.
Ensure that you have a surety bond issued by a surety company in the state. The bond shall be continuous in form and in the amount of $2500 or 5% of the premiums brokered in the previous calendar year whichever is greater, but not to exceed $50,000 total aggregate liability.
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