Feedback/Suggestions

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3 thoughts on “Feedback/Suggestions

  1. Hello Mark,

    I found some very helpful topics on your blog, including one titled: Subagents – What are they and what can they do?
    https://insuranceattorneygeorgia.com/2014/01/subagents-what-are-they-and-what-can-they-do/

    I think using the limited sub agent license is a good way to pay non-licensed individuals for referrals on auto insurance policies. One question I had was whether you could write the sub agent’s referral check to their business vs the individual.

    I would greatly appreciate your thoughts on this.

    Best Regards,
    Randy Luton
    Founder & CEO
    RateForce, LLC

    • Sorry for the delay in responding to your comment. It’s been a busy time for me. I am glad that you have found some of my blog posts to be helpful and appreciate your reading them. With respect to the question you asked, the short answer is no. Commissions can only be shared with individuals or businesses who have been issued a license by the Georgia Insurance Commissioner’s Office. For businesses that means a license to operate as an insurance agency. You can use a limited sub-agent license as a way to pay individuals for referrals for the types of insurance for which such licenses can be issued, but only after they actually obtain such a license. At that time, they are no longer “non-licensed individuals.” Thanks again for following my blog. Please feel free to submit additional comments in the future. I promise to respond more quickly to them.

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