North Carolina Annuity
In North Carolina dating as far back as 1899, the Department of Insurance has a mission to: "Maintain order in the North Carolina insurance market by reducing fraud. Our aim is to create the highest level of economic security, and quality of life for the citizens of North Carolina."
North Carolina Insurance Commissioner
Wayne Goodwin is a native of Hamlet, North Carolina, where his family was active in agriculture and banking. He was first elected to the statewide post of Insurance Commissioner in 2008. Prior to being elected as Insurance Commissioner, Goodwin had quite the resume. For nearly four years he served as the Assistant Insurance Commissioner, he served in the North Carolina House of Representatives, where he represented Richmond, Scotland, Montgomery and Stanly Counties for four consecutive terms, and he is a Morehead Scholar and U.S. Senate/William Randolph Hearst Scholar. Goodwin earned his undergrad with honors in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and then went on to graduate from the UNC School of Law before practicing law in Richmond County for 13 years.
North Carolina Annuity Resources
Department of Insurance was established on March 6, 1899. Now, just over100 years later, the Department of Insurance provides safety and a list of valuable services to the people of North Carolina by regulating the insurance industry, licensing insurance professionals and others, educating consumers about different types of insurance, handling consumer complaints, and much, much more. If you have any questions, are interested in finding out more information, or if you would like to file a complaint, you can contact the North Carolina Insurance Department consumer hotline at: (919) 733-7349. Any additional information needed can also be found at their website here.
|State Commissioner:||Wayne Goodwin|
|Insurance Hotline:||(800) 546-5664|
|Annuity Guarantee Limit:||$300,000|
|Links:||Consumer's Guide to Annuities|