Category Archives: Weekly Brew
Did you know you could be adding 15 minutes to the end of your current client appointments and grow your business? You might notice that the math adds up to significantly more than our estimate. We want to be conservative … Continue reading
Tune in to hear from special guest Brian Ellerman from Principal about non-qualified deferred compensation plans. Bringing you a new out of the box idea from the BREW.
North American’s newest product, The Builder Plus, has officially arrived. We’ve already seen the illustrations and even placed a few cases prior to being able to schedule this special feature on the BREW. This could be a great opportunity for … Continue reading
The new tax laws have a lot of heads spinning. Eric Christoffersen gave us his perspective on what to expect will change under the new tax laws and how to make sure your clients are properly prepared.
Do you have clients that might like a GUL with an ROP feature? Would a chronic illness rider bring added value to life insurance for your customers? Check out the latest edition of the BREW to learn about … Continue reading
What does it take to be a leader? COL David Teeples (USA RET) joins the BREW for a discussion on the elements of leadership. Whether you’re trying to find the talent in your team or embrace your own capabilities this … Continue reading
We all know healthcare costs keep going up. Additionally in retirement the costs of Medicare part B are inescapable. What can you do to help your clients plan ahead for these costs? Watch and learn about a unique product from … Continue reading
Do your clients like to save time? Would you appreciate seeing an application get completed within 2 weeks of submission? Does an accumulation-focused life insurance policy have potential benefits for your practice? Would automated income in retirement years from … Continue reading
Do you have clients with qualified annuities that they expect to pass on rather than spend? Does the LIFO method of distribution leave your clients expecting to give Uncle Sam more than his fair share of their inheritance? Do you want … Continue reading