Note: The Department does not accept cash, check or paper applications.
Please review your submission carefully: renewal fees are non-refundable.

The Online Renewal Notification is emailed to the licensee’s email on file at least 60 days prior to your license expiration date. You must renew online at National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR) website. You are eligible to renew 90 days prior to your expiration date.

Questions regarding the submission of your application contact NIPR at:

  • Renewal Fee: $160 (plus the NIPR transaction fee)
  • Late Renewal Fee: $320 (plus the NIPR transaction fee)
NIPR accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, PayPal or electronic check.

Go to and follow these steps:
  1. Select “Renew.”
  2. On the “Know which application you need?”
    • Select “Resident Licensing Renewals” or “Non-Resident Renewals”
  3. On the “State Requirements” page, select “RENEW HERE” (Green box)
  4. On the Use Agreement page, scroll down and select “Accept.” (You won't be able to renew online if you "Decline" the agreement.)

To change or update licensee’s email or address information – Edit Demographics.
Allow 1-2 business days for the changes to be updated to your license.

Note: you will not be able to update your information, once you are processing your renewal through NIPR. 

Residents: If you hold Property/Casualty, Personal Lines, Life, or Health authority, you must complete 24 continuing education credits to renew. It is recommended that you complete your CE requirement 2 months prior to your expiration date. Check your CE requirement on the transcript link below.

Note: New licensees must also complete 24 CE credits upon their first renewal.

Questions regarding CE transcripts or CE requirements contact Prometric at:

Non-residents: You are not required to complete continuing education credits in Connecticut.

Business Entities: No CE is required

Your license expires on your birth date, not your birth month. If this is your first renewal, you must still complete the full 24 CE credit requirement.
Business Entities:
The license expires January 31st each even-numbered year.

The amendment fee of $130.00 is still required if you amend during your renewal period. Amending your license authority is a separate transaction from the renewal. Residents Only may amend by going to the CID website - License Application Forms for Individuals or Residents and Non-resident may go to National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR) website.

Individuals: If you failed to renew your license by your expiration date, you must pay $320 plus the NIPR transaction fee and complete any deficient number of credit hours of CE (residents only).

Business Entities: If the entity fails to renew by January 31st (even numbered years), the fee will be $320 plus the NIPR transaction fee.

Note: Individuals and Business entities have one year from the license expiration date to late renew by going to National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR) website.

Failure to comply with payment and CE requirement will result in cancellation of your license AND all insurance company appointments. Prior to representing any insurance company or its products you must meet appointment requirements.

To reinstate your license go to: (Residents Only) CID website - License Application Forms for Individuals or (Residents and Non-residents) National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR) website.

Resident licensees who fail to renew within one year of expiration date will be required to meet all first time license requirements, including pre-licensing course and passing the exam. Reinstatement fee is $130.00
Business Entities:
If you fail to renew within the one year expiration date, you must reinstate the license. Reinstatement fee is $130.00

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