Texas License Expiration Changes

 

License Date Renewal Changes for Texas Adjuster License

Texas Department of Insurance is at it again.  They have once again changed when your license expires.

In 2015 they modified your renewal date to your birthday, but that is old news now.  They have now changed it to renew the last day of your birth month.

So what does this mean for you?  Let me give you an example.

If your birthday is May 15th, then your renewal is May 31st.  IMPORTANT: Your CE credits are due the day before your renewal day on the 30th.

So two things to remember: 

  1. Your renewal is the last day of your birth month.
  2. Your CE credits must be completed the day before your renewal.

Here is the official communication from the Department of Insurance

BIRTH MONTH CONVERSION:
On April 17, 2018, TDI will change your license expiration date to the last day of your birth month. The change does not affect your continuing education credits or other requirements. Visit our agent and adjuster licensing page and click on your license type for information on continuing education, renewing your license, and more.
 
We will review your email request as soon as possible.
 
Respectfully,
 
Financial Regulation Division – Agent and Adjuster Licensing Office
Continuing Education and Administrative Review Program
 
Texas Department of Insurance
(800) 578-4677 | tdi.texas.gov | @TexasTDI