In 1984, only half a dozen states required insurance agents to earn continuing education (CE) credits. To- day, just six states do not. Alabama, Alaska, Connecticut, Hawaii, Vermont, and Wisconsin (as well as the District of Columbia) are the last places in the U.S. where CE isn't mandatory for agents, but some of those may not be far behind. Anxious to earn their agents' loyalty and make the most of their training dollars, some insurance companies have become CE providers, offering a new ...

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