Senior Market Sales to Offer Funeral Trust & Legacy Safeguard
Senior Market Sales is proud to offer National Guardian Life's Funeral Trust with Legacy Safeguard, a turn-key final expense selling system, to all licensed agents and advisors. This introduction is exclusive to Senior Market Sales.
NGL Funeral Trust
- A guaranteed issue (ages 0-99) final expense planning strategy that allows clients to pre-fund their funeral with their trusted advisor
- Protects final expense funds from creditors, nursing homes, probate and even Medicaid
- Proceeds of the policy are paid next business day to any funeral home in the country without a death certificate
- Policy amounts range from $500 up to $50,000, for ages 0-99
SMS believes the market for the NGL Funeral Trust is not only for traditional final expense advisors but is essential for all advisors. By asking one additional question, an advisor can open a dialogue with any client about final wishes and pre-funding their final expenses.
Clients also receive free membership into Legacy Safeguard for five years. Legacy Safeguard is as a complete turnkey marketing system that will ensure that your clients leave a lasting legacy, while assisting their family with the entire funeral planning process.
Legacy Safeguard is a legacy planning service that helps clients record their personal information and wishes for their family in an impressive portfolio. Their surviving family also receives funeral planning guidance and assistance at the time of need so they have an advocate to guide them through this difficult process. Legacy Safeguard negotiates the price of the funeral with the funeral home to help your clients save hundreds if not thousands of dollars.
A Funeral Trust equipped with Legacy Safeguard is the most powerful marketing tool you will find today!
To learn more about this opportunity call Pat Sheridan at 1-800-786-5566 x 3627.
- Ken Lake
Recently I spoke with someone at SMS about the Lagacy Safeguard plan. I want more info about this plan. Please call me. 660-826-7770
- March 22, 2012, 3:37 PM