Are life insurance companies regulated?

Answer Life insurance companies are not regulated in the way that securities companies are, but individual states must grant permission for a company to sell life insurance. State insurance divisions also... Read More »

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Are credit counseling companies regulated?

Yes, credit counseling companies have regulations to follow in states where they operate. Each state has its own laws concerning credit counseling services. Therefore, depending on its location, ea... Read More »

Who oversees Canadian life insurance companies?

In Canada, life insurance companies are regulated at the federal level by the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions. This office regulates companies that are federally incorporated... Read More »

Do life insurance companies test for drugs?

According to an article from, life insurance companies may check your blood for a variety of preexisting conditions such as diabetes, hepatitis, immune disorders, high cholesterol and ki... Read More »

Are property management companies regulated in Colorado?

The Colorado Real Estate Commission requires property management companies to be licensed as real estate brokers if they undertake "Negotiation of a lease or lease terms." Brokers and property mana... Read More »