An individual representing an insurer as to life insurance and annuity contracts, including agents appointed to transact life insurance, fixed-dollar annuity contracts, or variable contracts by the same insurer. Annuity contracts, including but not limited to, fixed or variable annuity contracts; the granting of endowment benefits in event of death or dismemberment by accident or accidental means, additional benefits in event of the insured's disability; and optional modes of settlement of proceeds of life insurance.
An applicant for licensure must be:
- A natural person at least 18 years of age.
- A resident of the state of Florida.
- A US citizen or legal alien who possesses a work authorization from the United States Immigration and Naturalization Services.
- All applicants with the Florida Department of Financial Services will be responsible for providing a Social Security Number. If you are a legal alien with a work authorization visa, you must apply for and obtain a Social Security Card prior to applying for licensure with the Florida Department of Financial Services.
REQUIRED: Florida Life, Health, and Variable Annuity Study Manual;
Current Edition. (Purchased separately.)
You may choose to purchase the textbook from one of the following vendors:
- Check with a local college bookstore
NOTE- You are only responsible for those chapters relating to Life and Variable Annuity insurance, which are : 1-14, 26,27, and 28.
This class is based upon the laws of Florida; however, some companies have not fully adopted to these guidelines. You need to understand the concepts how they are taught in this class and within the textbook for the class and state exams. Once you begin working (or continue to work) for an insurance company, you may note many variations during training specifically in the insurance forms.
For more information on how to obtain the Non-Resident 8-14 license, please visit Non-Resident Life & Variable Annuity Agent License
Note: Certificate of Completion is sent via USPS Mail.