Let’s talk about affordable ways to complete your life insurance continuing education courses.
Many people are confused about what to do to satisfy the state’s requirements for life insurance continuing education courses. This short post will explain I prefer to do, and what I recommend my agents that sell final expense to do.
I will preface the post with this: I’m not endorsing any particular provider for life insurance continuing education courses. The goal is to tell you what I’ve done, and what I’ve seen to be a reputable company to deal with. I pulled up a Google page of all the different CE courses that are available, and the one in particular that I use
WebCE has been around quite a while, and is an extremely affordable way to get life insurance continuing education courses completed. If you open the web page, it’s very easy and simple to use. Just click on the corresponding state and you get a course catalog to scroll through and select the courses that you want, make your purchase, and then review and study at your own leisure. It’s all very straightforward and the price is absolutely cheap.
I was recently able to complete my life insurance continuing education courses requirements for under $60 total. Nice!
You do this all on the internet and once you complete your life insurance continuing education courses, WebCE emails your state of residence that you completed the exam and satisfied whatever portion of CEs you received.
WebCE offers all sorts of different life insurance continuing education courses. For example, there are disability income insurance or possible inherited IRAs courses; all sorts of CE courses exist. WebCE is simple to reach; you can call the customer service line or email them directly.
Like I said, everybody I’ve talked to as an agent has always enjoyed and appreciated working with this particular company. I’m sure there are plenty of other fine companies over here, but just based on personal experience, WebCE.com has worked just fine.