AL Business Insurance in Alabama
Business Insurance Providers in Alabama
Small Business Events in Alabama 
Introduction to Government Contracting
Date: October 6, 2015, 1:00 pm
Duration: 2 hours
801 Tom Martin Drive
Second Floor Training Room
Birmingham, AL 35211
An introduction to government contracting with an emphasis on the SBA 8(a) Program. Seminar covers basic information. No pre-registration is required. [learn more]
An introduction to government contracting with an emphasis on the SBA 8(a) Program. Seminar covers basic information. No pre-registration is required. [close]
Household Income in Alabama
Income Breakdown in Alabama
Approximately 12.18 percent of households in AL have incomes above $100K but below $200K. 
- Alabama Household Income 
- Less than $25,000: 30.8%
- Between $25,000 & $50,000: 32.85%
- Between $50,000 & $100,000: 28.38%
- Between $100,000 & $200,000: 12.18%
- Greater than $200,000: 2.35%
- Alabama Education Breakdown 
- High school diploma or higher: 76%
- Bachelor's degree or higher: 21%
Income Comparison: Alabama vs. U.S.
The household income (media) in Alabama is $47,282, compared to $58,522 for the U.S. 
Additional information about Alabama
Alabama as a whole has an approximate population of 4,779,736, which ranks 23rd in the nation. 
AL Business Insurance
To learn more about Business Insurance in Alabama, or for additional resources related to AL Business Insurance, visit the Alabama Department of Insurance.
Did you know?
Business Interruption Insurance replaces lost revenue in the event of fire, wind damage or other covered losses.