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Member Guide/Benefits

Why Should You Become a Member of Alabama Independent Insurance Agents (AIIA) and Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA)?

By becoming a Big "I" member, you have made the commitment to building and strengthening the independent agency system. It is your commitment to spreading the value that independent agents bring to their customers and community. It is your commitment to growing as an agent, business and professional.

Being an AIIA/IIABA member, there will be someone to actively pursue your needs as an independent agent by keeping you informed within the insurance industry, provide you with opportunities for education and professional development, to advocate on your behalf and to provide you with the resources to give your agency a competitive advantage.

Big "I" Debuts New Video Showcasing Member Benefits

Watch the new video “The Big 'I' Has Your Back," a fresh and informative overview of the range of benefits available to Big “I" members.

With imagery, animation and music, the video describes association programs and services for new agents and agency owners, benefits for established agencies, and tools and resources for retiring agents and agency perpetuation.

The piece highlights how the Big “I" can help agencies of any size, type and location in numerous ways and touches on the wealth of offerings for members to build, grow and thrive.

The video will debut soon on Facebook and across the other Big “I" social media channels, and will also be posted to the “About Us" page on the Big “I" website.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Alabama Independent Insurance Agents is to be the unrelenting advocate for ​independent insurance agents and to fulfill member needs while serving the public’s best interest.

Membership is based on Employee Count and our Employee Definition states:
The term “employees” include all employees, officers, owners, partners, producers, and other licensed or unlicensed individuals, who further the work of an agency or brokerage firm, wherever located, whether involved with insurance, employee benefits or other financial services of the agency.

  • Those who work 30 or more hours per week should be counted as ‘1’.
  • Those that work under 30 hours should be counted as ‘1/2’.

Employee Number                    Annual Dues Amount
100 +                                                 $ 2,884.00
50-99                                                $ 2,398.00
30-49                                                $ 2,286.00
23-29                                                $ 2,178.00
17-22                                                $ 2,066.00
14-16                                                $ 1,958.00
13                                                        $ 1,846.00
12                                                        $ 1,736.00
11                                                        $ 1,626.00
10                                                        $ 1,516.00
9                                                           $ 1,342.00
8                                                           $ 1,232.00
7                                                           $ 1,122.00
6                                                           $ 1.014.00
5                                                           $ 910.00
4                                                           $ 804.00
1-3                                                      $ 636.00

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