If you are looking for a job, final expense life insurance is a great way to make a good income (or any life insurance agent job for that matter). To learn about final expense agent jobs and other final expense sales jobs, go to www.finalexpense101.com/join-now to learn how you can make a living selling final expense life insurance.
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Selling Final Expense Life Insurance – “Final Expense Agents Wanted”
All you need is your insurance license for the state you live in, a few life insurance companies that offer final expense at a reasonable rate, a little knowledge on how to get someone approved, a final expense presentation and leads for final expense insurance.
If you have leads, you just have to contact the prospect, make an appointment, make some small talk, deliver the memorized presentation, shake their hand and carry home a $500+ commission. Do this 3 times a day, 4 days a week and you will be making a nice income for the rest of your life… (Job As Life Agent in Final Expense Insurance Co).
When I first started, I had gotten my insurance license because a company hired me for a life insurance agent job that was focusing on selling insurance to seniors. This company had a huge portfolio of products and they represented a lot of companies. They promised 5-7 pre set insurance appointments a day and everything looked like a perfect fit for me. However, after some internet research, I found that this company was not well liked by their agents and I kind of just got lost in the job world again, forgetting about insurance all together.
It wasn’t for another a year or so before I decided to look at insurance again and this is when I ran into an article on how to sell final expense insurance.Click here to read the article now.
This article changed my life and I knew if I could get in front of people and demonstrate the benefits of having final expense life insurance to seniors, I would finally be making the income I always wished for.
Well, within a few weeks I found myself sitting in front of a 65 year old man who had sent in a direct mail final expense lead and I walked out with a $150 premium for the first month (at 80% commission, that was $1300 for me).
I was so excited. I usually had to work an entire week to make this much money and I just made it in less than an hour. Not to mention that my next two appointments were also sales ($2100 in commissions my first day).
From this point forward I never turned back and still sell Final Expense today. I highly encourage you to consider this field because there is no other job with this kind of freedom where you are making a steady income in the first few months in the business. Final Expense agent jobs are very lucrative if you do it the right way.