50-State Financial Services Licensing Compliance Guide
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Idaho Finance Licensing

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Licenses are typically required for individuals and businesses that provide finance industry services in the United States. This guide contains information about professional finance licensing in Idaho.

Company Licenses

Idaho Financial Services Company Licenses

Idaho Collection Agency License

Agency:Idaho Department of Finance: Collection Agency Section
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Bond Requirements:

$15,000 surety bond for each additional office.

Exam Required?Not Set
Registered Agent (Special Agency) Required?Yes

Initial Registration

Form:

Form CA1: Entity Application

Agency Fee:

$150 application fee + $20 per agent/responsible person in charge.

Notarize:Required

Registration Renewal

Form:

Entity Renewal Application

Agency Fee:

$150 application fee

Due:

Annually by March 15.

Notes:

Along with the license renewal, agencies must submit the annual notification of agents form with the required fee.

Amendment

Form:

Form CA1: Entity Application (Amendment)

Agency Fee:

$0

Notarize:Required

Supplemental Reporting
Quarterly Notification of Agents

Form:

Collection Agency Quarterly Notification of Collectors/Agents Form

Agency Fee:

$20 for each newly added agent conducting Idaho activity.

Due:

Quarterly reports are due every June 15, September 15, and December 15.

Supplemental Reporting
Annual Notification of Agents

Form:

Collection Agency Quarterly Notification of Collectors/Agents Form

Agency Fee:

$20 per active agent.

Due:

Annually by March 15.

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