CE Credits - Need some this month.

Jun 8, 2007

  1. Frank Stastny
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    I need to get CE credits and I don't want to waste a lot of time doing it.

    Any suggestions where I can get them with the least amount of hassle? I'm not looking for the cheapest place, I'm looking for a place I can get them quickly.

    Thanks
     
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    I use Web CE for half of my CE's. In LA we have to have 16hr every 2 years and half can be self study. I usually pay about $25 and its quick and painless. The other half of the hours I get 4hrs for being in NAIFA and I get the others from our NAIFA meetings we have presentations that are CE certified. So I guess you can say that it is the best buffet in town. WebCE.com is the website
     
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    I say webce also. I have "heard" ;) of an agent that did his 40hrs in an hour.
     
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    Thanks guys,

    I only need 10 hours but I need them now. Gee, I hope the test isn't too hard.:biggrin:
     
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    I used Web CE as well. Did 24 credit hours in a couple of hours - the whole 24 credits were about $56. You can choose from numerous courses and after purchasing the course, you can just go straight to the "test" and take it as many time as you want/need to - I did that and then went back to review the material on the ones I did not pass on the first try - it's almost to easy.

    Having said that, you would do yourself well to select courses that you have an interest in and try to learn something new.
     
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    Frank:

    Like everyone else, I use webce.

    But doesn't Missouri allow agents over 70 years old to waive that requirement? Surprised you have to deal with CE credit at your age!

    Rick
     
  7. Frank Stastny
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    That use to be the age. They raised it to 90 two years ago. Damn, If I didn't need them until next year I would be "home free".

    Do they still require "fat boys" in Calif to have double credits? You know, the guys who have to use arm extentions to play golf?
     
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    Frank,

    You might want to check out www.noblece.com. I have used them and they do offer a wide variety of courses at reasonable cost
     
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    If you use webce, take the medicare nuts and bolts and the LTC section. They are a breeze. I just went straight to the test and passed on the 1st time.
     
  10. Frank Stastny
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    Thanks again for taking the time to help an "old, decrepit man" out. :D

    Rick must be playing golf today.
     
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