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New: Pre-licensing Classes
We are excited to announce that we will be offering P&C PRE-LICENSING. Mark your calendars for the first week of December because that’s when our three week P&C PRE-LICENSING classes will launch.

Our first class will be Tuesday, December 1.  Register Here

If you can't wait until 12/1 click here for classes. 
If you're not a member (you should be!)  
click here.

Property & Casualty
Agent License (requires 90 hours classroom) - APPLICATION
Broker License (requires 90 hours classroom OR "Statement of Employer") - APPLICATION
New! Online instruction has been approved in NYS - VISIT WEBSITE

Agent License (requires 40 hours classroom) - APPLICATION
Broker License (requires 40 hours of classroom OR "Statement of Employer") - APPLICATION
New! Online instruction has been approved in NYS - VISIT WEBSITE

Exam Testing

Exam Simulator - The Exam Simulator is a Windows-based computer program available via an online access code that simulates the Property & Casualty or Life/Accident & Health state exams as a supplement to classroom instruction and/or self-study materials. ORDER ONLINE

PSI- Administers all licensing examinations for the Department of Financial Services. Exam reservations and payment can be made with PSI online under the Government/State Licensing Agencies Tab.  VISIT WEBSITE

The Department of Financial Services offers some great FAQs on:

Renewing Your License


Have more questions? Contact Jim:

Jim Lombardo, CPCU, AAI, AIM, MBA
AVP of Learning & Development
800.962.7950 EXT: 226


When does your individual license expire?
If you were born in an even numbered year, your license will expire on your birthday in an even numbered year. If you were born in an odd numbered year, your license will expire on your birthday in an odd numbered year. The effective and expiration dates appear on all licenses.

When does your business entity license expire?
In 2018, the New York State Legislature and the governor enacted into law a bill that Big I New York wrote. The law, which took effect on July 1, 2019, changes the expiration dates for insurance agent and broker licenses issued to business entities. It establishes one date on which an agency or brokerage's licenses will expire – June 30 of odd-numbered years.  The new law means that all licenses issued to business entities on and after July 1, 2019 will expire on June 30 in odd-numbered years. 

You can also visit the Licensing page of our Answer Center!