Senior Market Insurance Agent Blog

A Beginner's Guide to Selling Fixed Index Annuities (FIAs)

November 2, 2021

*For Agent Use Only* 2021 has been the year of the Fixed Index Annuity (FIA) here at New Horizons. Many Medicare agents have embraced the product and are enjoying records with their personal…

Fixed Index Annuity Review: A Real Client's Annual Statement

March 30, 2021

Because of the pandemic, there's been a lot hesitation about fixed index annuities (FIAs). When the stock market is volatile, it's difficult to tell clients to put their money in a product based on…

What Is the SILAC Denali™ Lifetime Income Annuity, and How Does It Work?

June 29, 2020

In the heart of Alaska lies Denali, the highest mountain peak in North America. Formerly known as Mount McKinley, this peak is part of the Alaska Range and is the centerpiece of the Denali National…

How to Sell Barclays Atlas 5, a New Addition to SILAC's Teton FIA

May 11, 2020

This article is intended for agent use only. Please visit silacins.com and Indices.Barclays/Atlas5 to understand the risks associated with the Teton Fixed Index Annuity and the Barclays Atlas index.…

What is the SILAC Teton™ Fixed Index Annuity, and How Does It Work?

July 23, 2019

In the heart of Wyoming lies the Teton Range, a mountain range of the Rocky Mountains, just south of the Yellowstone National Park. "There's always a potential for growth with Fixed Index Annuity…

How to Actually Present a Fixed Indexed Annuity (FIA) to a Client

July 3, 2018

Fixed Indexed Annuities aren’t new, but they’re fairly new to me, and I’ve just started presenting them to my clients. As I go through the learning curve of how to actually present a FIA to clients…

Case of the Week: Jeff Greenwell’s $250,000 FIA Sale From Start to Finish

March 27, 2018

*This article is for financial professional use only, not for use with the general public.*

The Safest Way to Be Risky: Fixed Annuities with an Indexing Option

July 31, 2017

For some clients, a regular MYGA annuity just isn’t interesting enough. They like the safety of it, but they want the opportunity to make bigger gains that only the stock market can produce.