CAMICO Enhances Ease of Doing Business for CPAs

Simplified insurance application speeds up quoting and purchasing for smaller CPA (accounting) firms.


CAMICO, the nation’s largest CPA-directed program of insurance and risk management for the accounting profession, has announced a new streamlined and user-friendly insurance application for smaller CPA (accountant) firms.

The online, interactive application guides users through an easy three-step process for Accountants Professional Liability (APL) insurance. The process takes approximately four minutes for a firm to receive three premium quote options, based on policy limits and deductibles. The application includes a "Customize My Quote" feature to provide a fourth option and quote. Smaller firms are then able to purchase their selection online.

"This new application reflects CAMICO's continuing commitment to address the evolving needs of CPAs," said Ric Rosario, CPA, CEO and President of CAMICO. "Our e-business and other platforms will advance along with technology to deliver CAMICO’s complete insurance, risk management, and loss prevention advisory services for CPAs."

CPA firms can get an online quote from CAMICO Most smaller firms will qualify to complete the new application. Options are available to firms not qualifying, including assistance from a CAMICO representative. The application is currently available in 42 states and the District of Columbia, and it will be available in all 45 states where CAMICO does business as state approvals are received.

The application is located on the CAMICO public website at www.camico.com by clicking Get A Quote!

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