I'm thinking about diving in to becoming an insurance agent - looking at State Farm, Allstate, Nationwide, Farmer's, American Family. Not having run my own business before, and knowing that I will have to spend most of my time on marketing (at least at first) I want to go with a company that has good operations (billing, claims support, that sort of thing) so that I dont have to spend a ton of time on routine things.
Anyone have any advice on which company is best with these things? Or know which ones make life annoying for agents with lots of slow / manual requirements (so I know which ones to avoid!!!)?