IIAA

AcronymDefinition
IIAAIndependent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (formerly Independent Insurance Agents of America)
IIAAInternational Institute for Anti-Ageing (UK)
IIAAIndependent Insurance Agents of America (now Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America)
IIAAInternational Institute for Alcohol Awareness (Alexandria, VA)
IIAAIndependent Insurance Agent Association
IIAAInstitute of Inter-American Affairs
IIAAInternet Industry Association of Australia
IIAAInternational Institute of Administrative Sciences
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IIAA and ISO disagree on whether the current, unrevised CGL policy covers defense costs in addition to tort liability coverage--bodily injury or property damage--as part of the policy's pass-through mechanism, Katten said.
The tiered-commission structure ranges from 15% to 20.5% for agencies with smaller volumes as well as agencies with larger books of business, IIAA said.
The model ad for national use contains a photograph showing IIAA President A.
Unfortunately IIAA did not make the 1990 IRIS report available to its members.
The results of the survey are expected to be released in October in advance of the IIAA's annual meeting beginning Oct.27 in Hawaii, Flannagan said.
IIAA leadership told the troops to tell Congress how they support the tax-cut proposals of President Bush, including repeal of estate, or "death," taxes, and how liability exposure contained in the health-care reform/ patients' bill of rights legislation in the House and Senate hurts agents in two ways.
Bastian of Advantage Partners, Inc., based in Astoria, was installed as president of TriCounty IIAA by his partner and retiring president Peter Phillips.
While IIAA favors outright elimination of estate taxes, it will support targeted relief in the form of higher exemption levels combined with lower estate-tax rates.
"IIAA is asking companies to look at this issue from a long-term perspective," Mr Riley said.
Lately, she noted, the IIAA has been receiving a lot of requests from its smaller agency members for information on "how they can cluster" to gain more clout.
-- In an appeal to agents to become more involved in the political process, Independent Insurance Agents of America (IIAA) President A.