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You don't get paid hourly/salary, so there are no set hours.
Answered 10 August 2017
You certainly can. Involving friends and family can help because of familiarity and if you understand the industry you are potentially joining, you need word of mouth referrals. However, while some family of mine are clients, not all are. I decided to focus on other areas of business development and they've worked well. Whatever you decide, understand that this is a word of mouth business and the more people you have providing referrals or contacts, they faster you'll see success. Plus, the financial services industry has been lax on client services and so by involving friends and family, you can potentially save them thousands in premiums and generate better results with investments
Answered 25 October 2017
Commission. No benefits, no pension.
Answered 30 January 2018
$99 (plus tax) IBA sign up fee$28/month subscription to use their website to make sales and keep track of business$150 every two years to renew your life license$175 every year to renew your mutual funds license$130 every year to renew your Errors & Omissions insurance
Answered 1 November 2017
Invest in yourself and it will work out for you.
Answered 13 August 2019
Amazing advancement, protocols that protect you as an Agent and for the clients, and while you remain coachable the intake of knowledge keeps on coming.
Answered 8 August 2018
I am honest and trustworthy?Credibility with people that know me?Volunteer work?Good with people?Building relationships?Good leadership skills?
Answered 16 July 2018
They provide all the training and licensing
Answered 12 April 2018
Only 3% of all insurance in North America is sold online and usually results in a cancellation of policies resulting in a chargeback of the commission to the agent. It is not a good way to sell insurance as it is very un-personable and cold.
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