Independent Insurance Agent

Job Description:
Family First Life is expanding and looking for men and women who truly care about serving their community! We service families who request to speak with a rep about purchasing life insurance.
These families know that they need coverage but they don't know what they would qualify for, what the cost would be, or how to pick a good insurance company.
We send our agents to meet with these clients and help them to qualify.
The average commission per transaction is $750 Why work with Family First Life? Because Numbers don't lie.
In 2019 FFL issued over $160 million in all lines 187 agents issued over $100,000 78 agents issued over $200,000 28 agents issued over $300,000 12 agents issued over $400,000 6 agents issued over $500,000 2 agents issued over $600,000 Whether you're looking for a new career or just looking to supplement your current income we would love to speak with you and see if it's a good fit.
To speak with our Talent Acquisition Manager directly please call 860-317-1324 EXT.
1324 If you're already a qualified top producer then we would be open to flying you up to our corporate office to have a one on one meeting with our CEO Shawn Meaike.
We understand that trust and respect are two things that need to be earned in a business relationship and sometimes you really need to have a face to face to see if that's possible.
No prior experience is necessary we've seen realtors, military personnel, teachers, social workers, professional athletes all find success here because they were willing to learn and work hard.
"If you are currently an independent contractor or employee of Superior Performers Inc.
d/b/a National Agents Alliance ("NAA"), please disregard this email.
We are not currently hiring NAA agents.
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