Agents whose health leads primarily originate from Texas may be pleased to know that the Lone Star State no longer contains the county with the nation’s highest rate of people without health insurance.
While the average life insurance lead describes a customer who may be in their latter years or nearing retirement, a new round of evidence suggests that these leads are increasingly coming from people who are younger or have just entered the job market.
A recent survey suggests companies appear to be more than fine with providing their workers with insurance coverage, as many hope their employees work past the traditional retirement age.
Dubbed “Twenty Years of Progress: Advances in the Property Insurance Industry Since Hurricane Andrew,” the report delves into the various enhancements created since the storm roared ashore in August 1992.
It appears as though younger Americans tend to be more prone to use the web for details on insurance offerings than the baby boomer generation.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners recently released a mobile application that enables policyholders to determine what they need to do after being involved in a traffic accident.
The results of a new survey may help explain why so many health insurance leads result from people who choose to purchase their own individual plans instead of going through their employer.
Agents who haven’t dealt with a health or life insurance lead for quite some time may be in luck, as a new report suggests that many insurers will be expanding their payrolls in the next 12 months.
A new survey may provide some additional helpful information about customers that the typical life insurance lead may not touch upon.
Recent data shows that despite the lower interest rates they may currently carry, annuities are very satisfying for consumers who purchase them.