Every insurance company, or underwriting company, that's licensed to conduct business in a given state is issued an NAIC number, which is short for National Association of Insurance Commissioners. No two companies share ... More »

A few examples of North American Industry Classification System codes are 111199, 522110, 621310 and 722515. NAICS codes are six-digit codes used to classify businesses for the purpose of data collection and publication,... More »

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Several websites require payment to help you find a company's SIC code, but the NAICS Association website offers a free search tool that provides several pieces of information about companies, including their industry cl... More »

The five-digit NAIC number on an insurance card is an insurer's company code, issued by The National Association of Insurance Commissioners. In most states, it is the primary identifier for any company for filing taxes, ... More »

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The National Association of Insurance Commissioners assigns a number to all insurance agencies for the purpose of identifying and regulating the sale and underwriting of insurance. The NAIC number is used to file an insu... More »

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Codes for a specific insurance company are found through the National Association of Insurance Commissioners website. To find a code, input the company's name in the search blank, then click Find a Company to receive the... More »

Consumers can find insurance agents through referrals from family, friends, colleagues, business owners and trade associations, advises the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Individuals can search the Inte... More »

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