For our agents, our members’ trusted advisors

Since our inception in 1981, Iowa Independent agents have always been a strong partner with IMWCA, helping cities, counties and governmental entities manage their workers’ compensation exposures. We are here to help our valued agency partners grow and service their members.

Word Payroll Is Written

Payroll Worksheets
now due April 14

IMWCA payroll worksheets for the upcoming 2023-2024 policy renewal are now available. Members were sent emails alerting them to complete the payroll worksheet electronically. If you don’t already have the worksheet, request a copy.

This worksheet needs to be completed and returned by April 14. Providing accurate payroll information helps to ensure the estimated premium is as accurate as possible.

The worksheet screen lists estimated payrolls for 2023-2024, which were determined by increasing the 2021-2022 audited payrolls by 3%. For new IMWCA members, the pre-audit 2022-2023 estimated figures were used for the worksheet. Members are asked to review the increased numbers and change or keep them, as appropriate. 

If no updates are made by April 14, the auto-increased payroll amounts will be used for the member’s July 1 renewal.


We provide exceptional in-house services for our members and agency partners, with upfront member credits and competitive agency commissions.  We will partner with you to better serve your public entity customers and grow your governmental book of business. 

Company Nurse Video

Watch Senior Safety and Risk Adviser Scott Smith’s video on how to utilize Company Nurse to report a new injury.

IMG 2612

Online Portal

As of May, you and your clients can access renewal documents electronically by logging into our portal. In addition, paper copies of the renewal documents will be available upon request. The IMWCA Member portal also houses monthly claims reports, annual payroll worksheets and annual audit documents.

County Risk Management Services, Inc.

County Risk Management Services, Inc. (CRMS)​ provides marketing services to Iowa counties for both IMWCA and the Iowa Communities Assurance Pool (ICAP). CRMS works exclusively through local insurance agents to provide workers’ compensation, property and casualty and coverage packages designed to meet each county’s needs.

Upcoming Events