Your relationship with your clients is more than “just business.” Clients look to you to provide guidance on financial matters, including the amount and type of life insurance that is appropriate for their unique situation. This week, we’re sharing some key strategies and ways you can build relationships with clients. Plus, we recommend some product ideas that work – all laid out in a handy grid and based on specific age ranges!
Situation: A financial professional contacted DBS’s in-house advanced case design resource to brainstorm when to approach business prospects that had expressed an interest in discussing supplemental executive benefit arrangements for key employees. Prior to COVID-19, the financial professional ran a successful telemarketing campaign focusing on mid-sized corporations. The campaign specifically promoted executive benefit arrangements that […]
Nearly all buy-sell agreements that use life insurance have one thing in common: The business owners do not own the life insurance policies that insure their own lives. In an entity purchase arrangement, the business owns the policy. In a cross-purchase arrangement, the other owners or another entity own the policies. Common Concerns Expressed by […]
There are six key ways in which life insurance may benefit your business Business Transfer: Businesses or business owners can execute a buy-sell agreement and fund it with life insurance. A buy-sell agreement is an arrangement for a business to continue in the event of the owner’s death, disability, retirement or early withdrawal from the […]