Information & Issues


Governmental Affairs

Since 1897, IIAG has supported pro-business legislation and regulation that keeps the insurance climate in Georgia healthy, ensuring that the future of the independent agency system stays viable. IIAG is a high-impact organization on legislative issues in Georgia, as well as on the federal level in D.C. No other insurance agents’ group comes close to having the influence of IIAG and IIABA. The Independent Insurance Agents of Georgia operates an active and effective governmental affairs program.

How to Start An Independent Agency

Starting a new agency? If so, then take IIAG's IA-101 class. It would be well worth your time. This three-hour seminar will cover all the basics needed for someone considering starting their own property & casualty independent agency. Topics to be covered include how to develop a marketing and business plan; how to attract companies for appointment; alternative methods to access markets; licensing requirements; and information regarding obtaining Errors and Omissions coverage.

Agency Technology

The Agents Council for Technology (ACT) is an invaluable resource to agents and others with a stake in the independent insurance agency distribution system. Here you'll find out how to use the most effective business processes, practices and technologies, in order to enhance productivity, service, marketing, sales and security.


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