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SCHEDULE provision of the new York insurance code and regulations under which the life insurance company must file with the Insurance Commissioner all expenses associated with selling new life insurance policies; and a limit is set on expenses to acquire new business. The expense limitation serves to restrict agent commissions in New York State. This is one important reason why many national insurance companies do not sell life insurance in New York, or why some organize subsidiary companies for the sole purpose of conducting life insurance business only in New York. Many life insurance companies feel the expense limitation too restrictive to attract brokerage business.