Thursday, October 26, 2017

Hi, All!

Here is your weekly dose of "TA's Top 5". A list of industry updates, sales ideas, important dates and other interesting things we come across. 

Top 5

  1. Losing a Leader 
  2. InfoArmor - No Cost to You Through the End of 2017! (Identity Theft Monitoring) 
  3. Sales Success with John Hancock Vitality for Small Businesses
  4. Ray Dalio, The Steve Jobs of Investing 
  5. Looking for Final Expense or Guaranteed issue...Check these guys out! 
1. Losing a LeaderHow Key Man Insurance Can Help Your Church Recover
  • What would happen to your church if the pastor unexpectedly died tomorrow? Would people leave? Would giving decline?How would the the ministry be affected?
In too many instances these questions are never raised and an untimely death can catch a church off guard. Recovery from it can be long and difficult. Being prepared ahead of time with key man insurance can greatly assist a church’s recovery from a financial standpoint.
Details in link below 
2. InfoArmor, at no cost to you for the remainder of 2017 (Identity Theft Monitoring) 
If you or your clients sign up now, billing will be delayed until January 2018. Here are just a few reasons InfoArmor’s PrivacyArmor is right for your organization and why we worked hard to get you this coverage:
  • PrivacyArmor provides comprehensive and proactive identity monitoring that identifies high-risk activity and will alert your employees about unusual financial transactions -- this is a robust solution beyond traditional credit monitoring services that fall short of detecting sophisticated criminal activity.
  • If your employees do fall victim to identity theft, a dedicated Privacy Advocate® will help guide and manage their full recovery access, and InfoArmor’s $1,000,000 Identity Theft Insurance Policy will reimburse many of your employees out-of-pocket costs, like lost wages and legal fees.
  • InfoArmor offers employer paid and voluntary payroll deduction options.

3. Sales Success with John Hancock Vitality for Small Businesses
In this case study, read about John Hancock Vitality as a differentiator in the small business market - and to include it on every illustration presented
4. Ray Dalio, The Steve Jobs of Investing 
An amazing story from a man who the best of the best go to for investment advice... 
"Ray Dalio (@raydalio) grew up a middle-class kid from Long Island. He started his investment company Bridgewater Associates out of a two-bedroom apartment at age 26, and it now has roughly $160 billion in assets under management. Over 42 years, he has built Bridgewater into what Fortune considers the fifth most important private company in the U.S...."
5. Looking for Final Expense or Guaranteed issue...Check these guys out!
Final expense Life Insurance is designed to cover the bills that a family will face after the death of a loved one – think medical bills and funeral expenses. Final expense insurance is also known as burial insurance, since even bare-bones funerals cost thousands of dollars. Probably the largest 'final expense' will be funeral & burial arrangements.
However, final expense life insurance may also provide funds for: Nursing home/home health expenses. Medical bills. Probate expenses, etc.
Guaranteed Issue Life Insurance is a type of financial-protection policy that provides cash to a named beneficiary upon the insured’s death, which an insurance company will offer to an applicant regardless of health.
Guaranteed issue life insurance tends to be a last resort for individuals who can’t qualify for life insurance because of their current or past health problems and who don’t have the option to purchase life insurance as a benefit through their employer. These Carriers are the cream of the crop and you’ll find them all here at The Thompson Agency. 
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Thank you all!
Have an Outstanding Weekend! 

Profile ImageBrian Thompson
VP Sales
The Thompson Agency
Work: (860) 690-2953
The Thompson Agency 73 River Rd Collinsville, Connecticut 06019 United States (800) 842-8289

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