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Do you want to make tons of money while working on your own schedule? Selling final expense insurance can be a fantastic career option, especially if you run your own business. You can work flexible hours and be your own boss while still making six figures a year and supporting people in the most vulnerable
Sales have never been an easy field to work in, but in the last year, it’s only gotten more challenging. Before last March 2020, salespeople could visit leads in person, getting a better sense of their situation and needs and connecting with them on a more personal level. But as the world has drastically been
Selling final expense insurance can be a tricky thing; while it’s an important product, not many people like thinking about their own passing. How do you get leads and customers excited about your product when it’s a topic they don’t want to talk about? The answer is to have a fantastic final expense presentation. Getting
If you are seeking a rewarding career that is lucrative, a final expense sales job is the way to go. As of February 2021 final expense insurance agents are earning an average of $106,428 a year. ZipRecruiter sees the salaries as high as $142,500 and as low as $76,500, depending on location and experience.
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