Utah Insurance Licensing

The information provided by Agenzee is intended to be accurate and current regarding licensing and appointment requirements across states. While we make every effort to ensure precision through research and expertise, we recommend that readers independently verify details by contacting their state’s insurance department for precise regulations. Remaining informed is essential, and we are here to assist you on your path.

Appointments and Terminations in Utah




Must be made prior to solicitation of business; within 15 days of first business submission.

No fees for appointing a resident agency or individual.





Cancelled; cancelled for cause

Required and is the date supplied on transaction; must not be in the future and must be less than 15 days old.


Licensing in Utah

$75 for both resident and non-resident insurance producers; $50 for limited lines.

$75 for most categories, with variations for late renewals.

Begins 90 days before expiration.

Last day of birth month every two years, based on the year of first state license issue.

Allowed up to one year after expiration.


Residence, Business, and Mailing.

Agency Licensing in Utah


Managed 90 days prior to expiration until the expiration date.

Begin four days after the expiration date and end one year after expiration.

Independent and Emergency Adjuster Licensing in Utah

Yes, for independent adjusters.

Various, including Accident & Health or Sickness, Property & Casualty.

$75 for licensing and renewal; late renewal fees vary.

Biennially, on the last day of the individual's birth month.

Continuing Education Requirements for Utah Insurance Licensees

Here at Agenzee, we strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information on CE requirements for various states. While we take pride in our thorough research and expertise, we encourage our readers to conduct their own due diligence by consulting their state’s department of insurance for specific requirements. Remember, staying informed is key, and we’re here to support you on your journey to compliance! 

Licensees must complete a total of 24 hours of continuing education every two years.

The renewal period is biennial, occurring every two years.

License renewal must be completed by the last day of the licensee's birth month.

The license renewal year is based on the year of first license issuance.

Continuing education credits are due prior to license expiration.

The state sends a CE reminder 90 days prior to the expiration date.

If, as of April 1, 1990, you’ve completed 20 years of continuous licensure in good standing, then you’re exempt from these CE requirements so long as you request and are granted an exemption by the Certification Education Board. If your license lapses due to military service, voluntary service, or some other circumstance, such as disability, you may be exempt from CE requirements. Also, if you hold and maintain any one of the following designations, then Utah considers your CE requirements complete: Chartered Life Underwriter, Chartered Financial Consultant, Registered Health Underwriter with the completion of the PACE program; Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter with the completion of the Continuing Professional Development program; And Certified Financial Planner, Registered Employee Benefits Consultant, Certified Insurance Counselors, Accredited Customer Service Representative, Customer Relationship Manager, Society of Financial Examiners, and Insurance Regulatory Examiners Society with the completion of their CE requirements. If you’re a title producer and you’re an active member in good standing with the state bar and have met the CE requirements for the Utah State Bar, then your CE requirements are considered complete. To receive this exemption, you must attach a current letter of good standing from the Utah State Bar when paying the renewal fee.

Reinstatements are available 24/7 from the 4th day after license inactivation to 365 days after for an additional reactivation fee.

Yes, CE instructors receive double credit for each different course per renewal period.

Licensees must complete 3 hours of ethics and consumer protection training.

Licensees must complete 3 hours of NFIP course.

3 hours initial LTC training and 3 CE hours specific to LTC per renewal period from that point on.

The state requires annuity-specific training.

Frequently Asked Questions on Utah Insurance Licensing

24 hours per renewal period, due before the license expiration date.

JIT appointments must be made before soliciting business and reported within 15 days.

Contact changes must be reported within 30 days via NIPR Gateway.



Jon Pike

(801) 538-3855

Utah Insurance Department State Office Building