Insurance technology is evolving rapidly. While captive P&C agents and agencies are accustomed to more advanced tools, the senior insurance market has a little more catching up to do. Specifically.
If you're the type of agent who visits your clients, or even goes door-knocking, you need to be tracking your mileage. At a rate of 58 cents per mile for your 2019 tax deductions and 57.5 cents per.
Guest post by Kelsey Rosauer, AgencyBloc
As an insurance agent, your success depends on getting leads. Without people to present to, you’re out of business. Buying leads can be expensive, and cold-calling and door-knocking can be an.
You want your info saved on your clients’ phones. This is way better than a business card, because they always have their phones with them. This lets them know it’s you when calling them, and it.
You're out knocking on doors, trying to make some sales. Have you ever wanted to know a neighbor's name, age, and phone number? Maybe you haven't been able to catch your prospect at home so you want.
You might find that once in a while when you’re in the field, maybe at a client’s home or office, you need to make a copy of a document, but you don’t have a scanner.
The Medicare & You booklet is around 160 pages, so maybe you'd prefer not to keep a thick book with you in the field. If you carry a smartphone or tablet, you can easily keep a copy there if you need.
Sometimes it isn't convenient or even possible to meet with a client or prospect. Maybe you're out of town, they're out of town, or for whatever reason it just isn't feasible to meet face to face..
Contracting stinks. It’s a necessary evil at best, an extreme waste of time at worst. You might prefer kicking the leg of a coffee table with your pinky toe 5 times in a row rather than fill out.