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    Peggy MacePRO
    Most of the U.S.
    To get a life insurance license in Minnesota, you must first complete 20 hours of the Minnesota Department of Commerce pre-approved per-license education for life insurance. If you have a two year degree in insurance from a Minnesota vocational school, or a four year business degree from any college with an emphasis in insurance, you are exempt from taking this course. After taking the course, you must pass the life insurance exam and get your license by paying the appropriate fees.
    Answered on September 6, 2013
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    Brad Mills
    Agent, American National Insurance, Blaine, MN
    Peggy is correct.  You must take a course like www.examfx.com and then pass the state exam.  There are fees and costs all along the way.  Plan on spending about $500 or so for it all.  Talk to your employer about suggestions for this process and recommended courses.  I found examfx to be acceptable.
    Answered on December 2, 2013
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