Investment & Reward
Running a business is an investment of your time, energy, and resources. Few business opportunities offer the level of support provided by State Farm®.
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What does it cost?
As outlined in Frequently Asked Questions, the amount of capital needed can vary greatly by market. Imagine all the variables between establishing your business in a major city versus a small community or between moving into existing office space or establishing a brand new office.
As an independent contractor agent, you are responsible for all business expenses but State Farm provides significant support to help with those expenses:
- Once you've been selected, you begin a paid internship with State Farm® employee benefits.
- If appointed as a Term Independent Contractor Agent, you receive a generous signing bonus; then an additional bonus at the beginning of your second year as an agent.
- Relocation benefits may also apply.
During the Selection Process, your State Farm recruiting contact will help guide you on specific cost considerations for the market area or areas you are interested in. Your current financial situation will be an important part of those discussions.
How does compensation work?
Compensation and benefits are among the reasons why people choose to become a State Farm agent.
There are lots of ways State Farm agents earn compensation and qualify for travel and other incentives. Different products have different compensation structures, which your State Farm recruiting contact can outline for you in detail.
Your hard work, skills and achievement may be rewarded through:
- Auto and Fire insurance commissions, plus opportunities to earn variable and incentive compensation
- Financial services commissions, plus the opportunity to earn other incentive compensation
- A Life insurance business development allowance (applicable for first-year paid Life)
- Trips in the United States, Canada, and worldwide
- Company and industry recognition programs