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What is a 220 license?

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In Florida, a 220 license is for insurance agents ie, a licensed property and casualty agent. It is also called a General Lines License. It covers automobile, aviation, maritime, property liability, and General Liability.

To get a license you must take a 200 Hour course.
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Is a Florida 620 adjuster license reciprocal with an agent 440 or 220 license?

The FL Dept. Of FInancial Services States on their site: "If an individual holds a general lines agent license and wish to add or convert over to an adjuster, you must apply o

How do you get a 220 license in Florida?

You can contact the office of the State Insurance Commissioner.  They can give you all of the information you need as well as  provide a list of approved schools. Once you h

Factors of 220?

The factors of 220 are: 1 2 4 5 10 11 20 22 44 55 110 220

How do you get a 440 and 220 license?

  Check with your state's insurance board to find out what they require before you sit for the exam. They may also list accredited schools to attend.  

What is nfpa 220?

NFPA 220: Standard on Types of Building Construction

What is the cheapest 220 License Class?

Topinsuranceschool.com offers the only on-line Florida State Approved 220 Property and Casualty Course. While classroom settings cost $700-$800, their course is $395

What goes into 220?

1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 11, 20, 22, 44, 55, 110, 220.

How amp's in 220?

The question makes no sense. The amperage through a load is equal to the applied voltage divided by the resistance of the load. Presumably the 220 is a voltage (You don't say)