"MyProfile" is your interface with the Florida Department of Financial Services' Division of Agent and Agency Services. Your account is tailored to you. It's your licensing and compliance, at your convenience.
On the MyProfile login page, select from the categories on the left and scroll down to the bottom to fill out the appropriate log-in information.
The education database is part of the MyProfile application and delivers information on Pre-Licensing and Continuing Education requirements. Logging in is not necessary for this.
We are building a library of questions we receive and their answers. You can browse them here.
Guides and short video demonstrations that walk you through step by step processes on how to accomplish various tasks in MyProfile. These short demos and guides also provide helpful tips and important information about the licensing services we provide.
Here is an interactive video tutorial that can assist you with creating an account in MyProfile (including a third party account to access multiple MyProfile accounts), retrieving a forgotten account password, and retrieving a forgotten account username. Here is a guide with the same information if you would prefer to view a PDF file.
Here is a guide that can assist you with how to add and remove branch insurance agency locations in the MyProfile account for the parent location.
Here is a guide that can assist you with how to grant permissions to a third party and manage multiple MyProfile accounts with a third party account.
Read the steps to verify or change a name or address
Here's a tutorial showing you how to interpret the information on your CE screen and information on the primary aspects of Continuing Education and the importance of keeping track of your status.
Here's a tutorial showing you how to search for an education course, with clarification on common errors made using the search tool.
Read the division's online newsletter, Insurance Insights, which includes valuable information for agents, adjusters and agencies about what's happening in Florida's market and trends we're seeing. If you're a licensee with a valid email address on file, you will be emailed when new issues have been published. However, you can always read the latest issue, as well as past issues, on our website. Click below to read!