Allstate Reduces Planned Cut to Agent Commissions

Allstate says it will not cut agents’ base commissions as deeply as it originally announced, but the head of an agents’ group says the rank-and-file is still not pleased with the company’s move.

In a letter to Allstate agents obtained by NU, Mark LaNeve, Allstate’s senior executive vice president/agency operations and chief marketing officer, says the company will not cut base commissions to 8 percent, but rather only one percentage point to 9 percent beginning in 2013.

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