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AIFG Insurance Marketing specializes in life insurance, annuities, and pension plans.

As one of the largest master general agencies in Southern California in the U.S., AIFG Insurance Marketing works with top-rated insurance companies to offer a comprehensive line of individual life insurance products that are crafted to meet your and your family’s specific needs. With over 20 years of experiences, we always follow our philosophy of fully understanding your objectives and then translating them into financial solutions that provide assurance and peace of mind.

As a sister company to Eric Zhang Associates LLP, one of the largest accounting service firms serving Chinese Community in the U.S., AIFG Insurance Marketing can provide you with one-stop customized services, including life insurance, financial planning, and tax planning.

AIFG Insurance Marketing strives to help committed producers become MDRT, COT, and TOT, and to help business-minded agency builders grow to multi-million revenue agencies. Our headquarters are in City of Industry, and we have branch offices in Pasadena and Irvine.

Our Specialties:

  • Family/Business Protection Planning
  • Estate Planning and Wealth Transfer
  • Retirement Planning
  • Pension Plans
  • Premium Financing
  • Long Term Care
  • Medical Insurance
  • Individual and Group Health

Our Mission

By working with leading insurers who maintain market leadership through their portfolios and underwriting, AIFG Insurance Marketing strives to support insurance agents to provide feasible solutions for clients. With our special channels and resources, we help to find financial solutions to the most complicated cases for high net-worth clients, thereby providing a solid protection to your financial investment and wellness.

Our priority is to provide a competitive edge and to streamline the sales and support services for both experienced and new producers.

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