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Make it a plan to contact at least one lead a day

You may contact as many leads as you like a day. However, if you’re feeling overwhelmed and not sure where to begin, then call one solid lead a day and work it diligently. It’s only a matter of time once you get the hang of working with leads from a lead generation company before you are an old hand at it. If you ordered exclusive leads, this is even better. It means you are the only agent working... 

If you run a home office, make sure it is in a designated area

When you first get started on your journey to building a successful insurance agency, you have so much to do you often find yourself disorganized and doing things on the run. Slow down. Make one area of the home your designated office space, and make sure you do the online marketing and lead generation work from that space and that space only. It’s all about focus and organizational skills. It’s... 

The Devastating Cost of Dementia

Being diagnosed with dementia can cost you over $750,000 according to a recent USA Today article.  Think about your situation, if you were diagnosed with dementia, do you have $750,000 worth of assets ready to pay for long-term care costs? The difficulty with dementia is not just the emotional cost of watching the person you have known all your life become someone different, but also the financial... 

New York State Honors Businesses That Employ People with Disabilities

New York State Honors Businesses That Employ People with Disabilities October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, a time to celebrate the ways that people with disabilities strengthen the workforce, the nation, and the communities in which they live, and to commit to a society in which all people can build bright futures for themselves and their families. In New York State, the Office... 

New York State Honors Businesses That Employ People with Disabilities

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, a time to celebrate the ways that people with disabilities strengthen the workforce, the nation, and the communities in which they live, and to commit to a society in which all people can build bright futures for themselves and their families. In New York State, the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) will honor selected... 

Convicted Florida pill mill owner testifies in doctor’s murder trial

Jeffrey George, a convicted Florida pill mill owner, testified in the trial of a doctor accused of murder in the overdose death of a patient. George, who is serving a prison sentence for his involvement in a pain clinic conspiracy, testified that Dr. Gerald Klein was aware that the business model of the clinic was to keep patients on addictive drugs like oxycodone. Klein, 81, is charged with first-degree... 

Texas jury awards over 60 million dollars in oil and gas lease breach of fiduciary duty case

A Texas jury awarded over $60 million to investors in an oil and gas breach of fiduciary duty case. The plaintiff investors claimed that their business partners gave themselves credit for financial contributions that were not actually made and excluded the investors from a lease acquisition project when the defendants learned that it would be extremely profitable. The case is Tiburon Land and Cattle... 

The new reverse mortgage rules: Are they right for your retirement plan?

The new reverse mortgage rules that became effective on Aug. 4, 2014 should allay any fears or concerns held by married couples who are contemplating taking out such loans. Reverse mortgages, which are also called Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECM), are home loans for those who are age 62 or older that allow them to convert the equity that they have in their home into cash. They provide a way... 

New gadget may detect fatigued truck drivers before they cause an accident

A new gadget about to hit the market within the next year or two, called the Fujitsu FEELythm Wearable, keeps tabs on a trucker’s fatigue level, tension and stress with a 90g weight sensor worn around the neck and attached to the earlobe. It is no secret that deaths related to trucking accidents in the United States are at an all-time high nationwide, and even more so in Texas due to the oil and... 

Despite decline, Tampa leads big cities in foreclosures

A recent report on national foreclosure statistics paints an improving, but still unfortunate, picture for Tampa, Florida, homeowners. First, the good news. The Tampa-St. Petersburg metropolitan area has seen a 23 percent decline in home foreclosures in the past year — one of the largest decreases among large U.S. cities. Now, the bad news. Despite this decline, Tampa’s foreclosure rate is... 
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