While many people have a “rainy day” fund, a lot of times it can be in a form of a savings or checking account at the local bank. The question becomes what will this money be used for? Vacation, second home, charity, etc. Insurance professionals should review their clients’ portfolios to make sure they have enough protection in case of death and/or health issues.
Tags: long term care
Financial advisors should be aware of the full potential of life insurance as part of a comprehensive plan and discover if indexed universal life insurance (IUL) will benefit their clients. This collection of blog posts details the advantages of IUL and how it can benefit your clients.
Since the industrial revolution, traditional selling has been trained and practiced by almost every industry and business model known to mankind. It appears many of us have been taught to sell in a very similar way, but this traditional sales approach has begun to present some serious problems.
During the more than 20 years I’ve been in the financial services industry, I’ve been fortunate to meet hundreds upon hundreds of financial professionals across the country and in various stages in the business. From the eager newbies to the sage veterans, I’ve visited with them all and here are the seven reasons I’ve found that top producers have more success in the business.
There are various products out there that provide your clients with retirement income, and many of the traditional options such as a 401(k), IRA or Roth account come to mind. What many of your clients may not realize is that a properly structured and funded Indexed Universal Life (IUL) policy can provide your clients more benefits with less risk than the traditional options.
The "Amazon Effect" is essentially the results of how a digital world has changed business models regarding consumer expectations, interaction, choices, and options. This phenomenon started back in 1994. Since that time, it has changed society as well as many business models in various industries and markets.
Spring has sprung and summer is on its way! This time of year makes many want to get their golf clubs out and hit the golf course. As you may know, golf can become addicting no matter how great or how “not so great” your game may be. As a financial professional you probably find little time to enjoy a golf game, and would love the opportunity to be on the course a little more often. Have you thought of using golf as a client appreciation event? The truth is that if you don’t appreciate your clients, someone else will.
Today with so many carriers and marketing organizations jumping on the Indexed Universal Life (IUL) bandwagon, it’s hard to believe that the product was actually introduced to the market in 1997. Back then, forward-looking insurance companies were trying to find ways to make their fixed insurance products more attractive.
“You’re fired!” is something most financial advisors would never think of saying to one of their clients.Financial professionals are often afraid to let a client go, but there are times that they should. Let's look at the main reasons why you should fire a client and how to do so in a professional way.
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Selling across demographic lines has its challenges. Selling to younger prospects can be difficult because this segment of society grew up during a different time and have a far different view of the world than those that came before them. The differences make this sales environment more challenging. Let's discuss the two main reasons it is far more challenging to sell to younger generations.
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