Where do you turn for information for your insurance business?
To stay on top of the INSURANCE industry updates and news, in order to provide the best service for your clients and as well as your business, where do you turn for information? Magazines, websites, company managers? Please be specific. What online sources?
Insurance Journal, Wall Street Journal, and Google Alerts.
The best place is to go to your state website look up insurance
Insurance Journal, Employee Benefit News, Federal Department of Labor, National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Carrier Websites, State DOIs. There are really a lot of places to review to keep on top of things.
very simple from Google you should know the art of web search ,web search give you complete answer of your question
The correct answer is all of the above. First off, you need to be appointed once your are licensed. You will then find that you will receive all sorts of literature and solicitations from vendors. I think that by joining the insurance sales associations and financial planning associations will expose you to an avalanche of information.
NAIFA.Org is a very popular insurance based organization. There is also the FPA - Financial Planning Association as well. Most of the organizations like these have local groups that you can affiliate with.