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New Agents Who Are Considering Selling Medicare Products
How The Premier Agency Can Help Seasoned Agents
In addition to our ever-growing list of agent programs, all of our partners have access to the unparalleled service and support that has continually set The Premier Agency apart from the competition. Our team becomes an extension of your team!
Sales Support, Agent Services, & Benefits
Coordinated Certification Trainings & Support
Compliance & Allegation Support
One-on-One assistance from Certified and Licensed Sales Staff
Submission Department to simplify the submission process and verify all your applications
Marketing Support across Multiple Languages
Contracting Team to Maintain Your Good-Standing with All the Different Carriers
Event Reporting & Coordination
Market Analysis & Strategies
Dedicated Commission Discrepancy Department
Access to Carrier Supplies and Sales Kits
Agent Portal & CRM with Online Enrollment
Agent Access to Office Space, Equipment, Mail & Supplies
Pre-Approved Presentations & Sales Material
Frequent Commission Payments
Giveaways & Event Promo Materials Provided at No Cost
Agent Referral Bonus Program
More Carrier Partners
How Many Hours Is An Insurance Agent Expected To Work?
How Long Does It Take To Become a Medicare Agent?
Just like any Career , it takes a year or two of strong dedication to gain credibility and momentum. Consider this – Many people spend 4 to 10 years in collage hoping that when they leave with their diploma, they will be offered a high paying Job in the field that they desire. The Medicare Space typically takes 2 years for someone to build a lucrative high paying career, They typically have no student debt, and they have flexibility in their schedule as they are their own boss. They have also established skills that are easily transferable to corporate Jobs with Insurance Companies, Medical Groups, and Service Based Industries.
Is Being An Insurance Agent Stressful?
It certainly can be if you are not willing to commit yourself to it full time. This business does not give back full time pay for part time effort.
What Skills Are Needed To Be An Insurance Agent?
Basic Human Kindness goes far in this industry. Not being driven by the commission but by the outcome and results in our clients lives and their wellbeing is what drives the big commissions.
How Long Does It Take To Become A Licensed Insurance Agent?
This process can take a few weeks or a few months. This is truly dependent on how good of an independent studier you are.
What Are The Duties Of A Medicare Insurance Agent?
Have compassion for the folks that need our guidance the most and truly desire results for our clients. We need to be there for them as their life changes because it will and they will have new needs or new expectations out of their health plan. It is our job to remain educated and driven to know this industry.
Are Insurance Agents In Demand?
Absolutely. There are more members than we know what to do with. The industry is prime for new agents.
What Schooling Do You Need To Be An Insurance Agent?
None, you just need to pass your insurance exam.
Can An Insurance Agent Work At Home?
Absolutely. We have many agents that run their business out of a home office.
What Benefits Do Insurance Agents Receive?
The Benefit of setting your own expectations of what you want out of life – creating your schedule, being the driving force behind your results and your paycheck.
What Is The Difference Between A Captive Insurance Agent And An Independent Insurance Agent?
Captive agents work as employees for specific insurance companies or agencies. They are not their own boss technically. They answer to the Company they represent. Independent agents are exactly that. They are Independent and run their business the way they want to run it. However, it is on them to be sure they are putting systems in place to support their growth.
What Are The Different Kinds Of Insurance That A Medicare Insurance Agent Can Sell?
Medicare Agents often sell Medicare Supplements, Medicare Advantage Plans, Part D Drug plans, Supplemental products such as dental and vision and Long term/Short Term Care insurance policies.