Happy young couple discussing with an agent their new investment.Have you been considering a career as an insurance agent?

If so, while researching the possibilities, perhaps you noticed some agents identify themselves as independent, and what this means. Within the insurance industry, “independent” refers to contracted sales agents who are self-employed, paying their own taxes and acquiring their own benefits.

At AmeriLife, agents agree to sell the products offered by the companies with which we have business agreements. We have many partner carriers, which are insurance companies. This approach significantly broadens the product selection we can offer their clients.

An agent’s workday will vary from person to person. In general, though, agents will make phone calls to follow up on leads; visit prospective and existing clients at their homes or businesses; manage client files and process applications.

Here are answers to common questions about becoming an AmeriLife independent agent.

Benefits of an AmeriLife Agent

Here are a few ways becoming an independent agent can benefit you:

  • We have considerable knowledge and experience, particularly in the senior market where every day, we assist folks signing up for Medicare. For nearly half a century, AmeriLife has served primarily the senior market by offering Medicare supplemental insurance.
  • Over the next 18 years, 10,000 people a day will turn 65 – and need help preparing for the future.
  • We market and distribute annuity, life, and health insurance products of more than 75 carrier partners.
  • Our sales processes, training, technology and support systems are all designed with agent success in mind, whether you are brand new to the industry or an experienced agent.

Now you can confidently answer the question, “What does an independent insurance agent do?”

AmeriLife agents, located in 45+ offices across the country, help individuals and families live happier and healthier lives. They do this by assisting their clients with a wide variety of annuity, life, and health insurance coverage options to meet their needs and prepare for any unexpected twists and turns along the road of life.

Happy young couple discussing with an agent their new investment.Have you been considering a career as an insurance agent?

If so, while researching the possibilities, perhaps you noticed some agents identify themselves as independent, and what this means. Within the insurance industry, “independent” refers to contracted sales agents who are self-employed, paying their own taxes and acquiring their own benefits.

At AmeriLife, agents agree to sell the products offered by the companies with which we have business agreements. We have many partner carriers, which are insurance companies. This approach significantly broadens the product selection we can offer their clients.

An agent’s workday will vary from person to person. In general, though, agents will make phone calls to follow up on leads; visit prospective and existing clients at their homes or businesses; manage client files and process applications.

Here are answers to common questions about becoming an AmeriLife independent agent.

Benefits of an AmeriLife Agent

Here are a few ways becoming an independent agent can benefit you:

  • We have considerable knowledge and experience, particularly in the senior market where every day, we assist folks signing up for Medicare. For nearly half a century, AmeriLife has served primarily the senior market by offering Medicare supplemental insurance.
  • Over the next 18 years, 10,000 people a day will turn 65 – and need help preparing for the future.
  • We market and distribute annuity, life, and health insurance products of more than 75 carrier partners.
  • Our sales processes, training, technology and support systems are all designed with agent success in mind, whether you are brand new to the industry or an experienced agent.

Now you can confidently answer the question, “What does an independent insurance agent do?”

AmeriLife agents, located in 45+ offices across the country, help individuals and families live happier and healthier lives. They do this by assisting their clients with a wide variety of annuity, life, and health insurance coverage options to meet their needs and prepare for any unexpected twists and turns along the road of life.

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