Precise Leads, an industry leader in providing insurance leads for agents in the financial community, recently partnered with predictive analytics firm eBureau to further hone insurance professionals’ ability to manage quality leads.
A new report suggests that Americans tend to achieve greater financial security by staying at their jobs a few years after they may have originally planned to retire.
According to the insurance news website, based on a recent poll performed at the end of last year by marketing firm Harte-Hanks, 83 percent of insurance professionals indicated they plan on altering their promotional efforts in response to the healthcare reform law.
Many customers may obtain life insurance coverage as a secondary source of income due to financial issues beyond their control.
Leads for insurance agents may soon be changing, as a new report indicates that due to the uncertainty surrounding the state of healthcare, many employers are altering the ways in which they offer health insurance to their workers.
Few U.S. adults took advantage of preventive health treatments between 2007 and 2010, a new report indicates.
There’s a website seniors can look to that enables them to get all of their healthcare, financial, insurance and retirement information in one convenient place.
Though portions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act may already be in place, most of it won’t go into effect until 2014. This has left many agents wondering how the legislation will impact their health insurance lead creation and the medical industry in general.
A new study may provide agents with some sobering information about their customers that they don’t traditionally find on standard health insurance leads.
As Florida insurance professionals go about gathering their insurance leads, they should be prepared to do a lot with them, as several issues need to be addressed on customers’ behalf, according to the state’s governor.