By Matthew King

According to a recent report, 24 million Americans want to be self-employed. Do you want to fire your boss, branch out on your own, and start an independent insurance agency?

Working for one's self comes with numerous perks, including flexibility, not having to report to anyone, and reduced stress. 

Or maybe you're attracted to the earning potential that lies in starting your own independent insurance agency. Not only is there a lot of freedom in having no boss—but being your own boss can also open up higher earning opportunities.

This is especially true when it comes to selling insurance.

Currently, Ziprecruiter estimates that independent insurance agents earn an average of $91,323 per year. Top-performing agents can earn up to $210,000 annually. 

But how does one start your own insurance agency? What are the steps involved and is it possible for anyone to do?

Carry on reading to find out just how to go about successfully opening up your own independent insurance agency. 

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By Matthew King

Selling Medicare insurance can be a wise career choice. For one, every day in the US, 10,000 people turn 65. The number of people over 65 is expected to more than double over the next few decades and account for over 20% of the population by 2050. 

What does this mean for insurance agents selling Medicare Supplement Insurance? It means you have an assured expanding market base. 

What's more, selling Medicare insurance can be lucrative. According to estimates, the average amount you can earn is around $52,817 per year. However, top-performing agents earn up to $102,000 per year.

Do you want to be a top-performing Medicare agent?

If so, continue reading to find out how to master the art of Selling Medicare Supplement Insurance.

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By Matthew King

After 2020, many of us may be looking to make a change in our careers. You may have realized that you prefer working from home, or you may have lost your job during the economic upheaval of the pandemic. You may have realized that you want more out of your career, and you’re looking for something that will be more fulfilling.

Selling final expense insurance can be a great way to make money and help your clients. 

Read on to discover the benefits of selling final insurance and why you should start your practice today.

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By Matthew King

At the top of your mind and ours are ways to help you save money. We have an awesome announcement for you and we're excited to dig right in. 

Read on to learn how you can get a 1,000 piece mailer for only $410 or $0.41 per piece with a discount code.

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By Matthew King

This post will be used to update subscribers and readers on the progress of TR King Insurance Marketing website and services.

The newest additions and changes will be posted at the top with a date. This way you can easily find the newest updates to the service.

Feel free to leave comments, let us know your thoughts on how we're doing and updates you'd like to see.

If you'd like to know the direction and updates to the services, tools, and software for TR King Insurance Marketing, you can read them in this blog! Get started by scrolling down.

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By Matthew King

Are you an independent agent looking to increase your Medicare supplement insurance sales?

If so, we have some good news for you. First, the overall trend when it comes to Medicare supplement insurance is one of growth. According to data from the BLS, Medicare spending grew 6.7% to $799.4 billion in 2019 alone and made up 21%of the total NHE.

If you're looking to tap into this growth and increase your Medicare supplement insurance sales, targeting leads online is the way to go. Consumers are increasingly looking to digital avenues for purchasing insurance. 

Marketing insurance online is not only an effective strategy; it's also cost-effective. Selling insurance online can reduce your overhead and travel costs and give you access to a wider target market. 

Selling Medicare supplement insurance in-person restricts you to the areas you can physically service. On the other hand, selling insurance online means you can serve clients throughout your state. You can even sell insurance to clients in another state, providing you apply for a non-resident insurance license. 

Ready to start ramping up those Medicare supplement insurance sales? Continue reading to find out how to grow your sales online.

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By Matthew King

Have you ever stopped to think about just how much of our lives happens online these days?

We interact with friends online, check our bank balances online, communicate with our doctors online, and even work online. With everything going digital, why should internet sales still be stuck in the dark ages?

Selling insurance online can be a great way to grow your business, especially if you sell Medicare. Read on to discover some top tips and tricks for online insurance sales success.

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By Matthew King

10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day and become eligible for Medicare. The problem is not signing up for Medicare; it is making choices on Medicare Part A, B, C, and D, and finding the best Medicare insurance supplemental plan.

The easiest way to determine the best medical insurance for your client is to review their lifestyle and needs. Help them to understand what Medicare does and does not cover.

A 65-year old couple who chose retirement in 2020 will spend about $295,000 on medical care throughout their retirement.

This does not include the cost of any long-term care. A private room in a nursing home costs about $105,852.

Your job is to advise your client on what they need, show them their options, and provide them with the best policy for their needs.

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By Matthew King

Selling insurance can be a profitable line of work. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, insurance agents earn a mean annual salary of around $67,780Statistics also show that higher-earning agents can net over $125,000 per year. 

What's more, not only is insurance selling well paid, but there is increasing opportunity in the market. It's estimated that by 2029, 50% of the current insurance workforce will have retired.

Insurance can be lucrative, but jumping into a new career can be risky and stressful. Fortunately, there's nothing stopping you from becoming a part-time insurance agent. 

Being a part-time insurance agent has numerous advantages. If you've been wondering whether you should try selling insurance—but aren't sure how to start, selling insurance on the side could be the perfect way to begin. 

Wondering whether insurance is for you? Keep reading for 10 perks of being a part-time insurance agent.

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By Matthew King