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In their 2011 Life Insurance Market Study, Agent’s Sales Journal and the LIFE Foundation asked agents to list the main challenges to selling life insurance.
Here are six questions life agents should ask about the market they're targeting, the solutions they're proposing, and their approach to building sales.
For agents working with a small marketing budget, the Internet is source of inexpensive opportunities to raise awareness about your services and build your brand.
Utilizing a Pension Maximization Strategy can offer your clients the best of both worlds.
IUL is similar to VUL in that the cash value of the product is linked to the stock market, but that’s where the similarities end.
Easily avoid out-of-pocket expenses by purchasing a Primary Coverage/No Deductible travel insurance plan.
Thirteen additional states were awarded federal grants to help them create private health insurance marketplaces.
In a recent study, two-thirds of advisors reported that clients are taking the lead and asking about annuities, rather than the advisor bringing up the idea.
The majority of travel insurance plans have specific per-item coverage limitations.
Developing a marketing plan will help you establish exactly who you are, who you are trying to reach and what you are trying to accomplish.
Senior Market Sales is proud to introduce an easy and compliant way to help your Medicare Advantage and Part D clients enroll online.
The answer to this question depends on a few factors, such as the client's age, length of the trip, and benefit level desired.
UnitedHealthcare has worked with some of its network pharmacies to get even lower costs on hundreds of prescription drugs for its members.
A recent survey by Kaiser Permanente shows that less than 30% of respondents know where to find information about Medicare Star Quality Ratings.
Follow these steps and you are on your way to sales success with Medicare Advantage and Part D plans!