$8.00 + your state filing fee
4 Credit Hours
This course favors P&C insurance agents but is applied as general credit for all agents.
This course covers the following topics:
- Examine the three types of dwelling fire policies on the market today: the Standard Fire policy, the Broad Form fire policy, and the Special Fire policy
- Compare and contrast each of the dwelling fire policies
- In addition, the course will examine other notable non-retirement provisions of the SECURE Act, before finishing with a discussion of the pros and cons of the Act.
For some clients, a dwelling fire policy is the better alternative to a homeowners policy. But don’t be mistaken – dwelling fire insurance covers much more than just fire. In this course, we’ll examine the three types of dwelling fire policies on the market today: the Standard Fire policy, the Broad Form fire policy, and the Special Fire policy. The last is by far the most popular of the three types. This course reviews the features of the three policies and compares them for similarities and differences. It also examines how the unique features affect the level of protection of each policy. Those completing the course should understand the coverages provided through a dwelling fire policy, its use in lieu of a homeowners policy, and the differences between the three types of dwelling fire policies.
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A: The time required to complete an online course varies from student to student, but it roughly approximates the number of credit hours awarded for the course. You must pass an online, multiple-choice exam. Passing the exam proves your proficiency in that subject to your state’s governing authority.