Are You Overestimating the Cost of Life Insurance?

It’s amazing how ideas and stories find their way into people’s heads, and then through conversation, email, social media and rumors, those ideas (non-factual) become perception. That perception is real and that is all that matters. The sad truth is that many people believe the cost of life insurance is more than double of what it actually is. So…

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Insurance. Fast.

Many conversations we have with clients go like this: “I know I need life insurance and I want to protect my family and plan for the future, but I just don’t have time to go through the process.” Lucky for them, and you if you’re like the rest of us who are so overwhelmed and…

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Productivity Tip: Email

Is your email inbox taken over by non-essential emails? It’s okay to admit it. It is also understandable that you don’t want to hit “delete” on these or mark them as spam. However, there is a better way to deal with the clutter…create a filter! Simply create a filter in your email system for the keyword…

Story: A Note Left Behind

Stories are at the heart of life insurance. We have all heard touching and tragic stories as it relates to life insurance. This story comes from an agent affiliated with our group. A client of his was buying a life insurance policy and had a need for $1,000,000. The client felt $500,000 would be adequate. After being educated on why the need was…