Clients spend much of their time and energy focusing on protecting the “things” they possess and overlook the need to insure him or herself. Learn how to help your clients to protect his or her ability to produce income with the same care and skill you use to insure their personal and business assets. Examine six key areas that impact your client’s income and discover proactive steps you can take to protect this most valuable asset. Disability Income, Long Term Care (LTC) Insurance, Life Insurance, and the Affordable Care Act and its impact on health plans will be highlighted. Discover the key steps in developing a systematic savings and/or investment plan and explore the differences between an IRA, 401(k), and Mutual Funds. Evaluate ways to help clients prepare for retirement, including the effects of taxes, and how trusts and the proper titling of property can be used as part of his or her comprehensive financial plan.
Ross Pearce began in the insurance business as an agent in 1985 in Santa Maria, CA with Farmers Insurance. After seven successful years, he moved to East Tennessee as a District Manager. He was then recruited by Farmers to become the Life and Financial Services Manager for the state of Iowa. When the University of Farmers began, he was tapped to lead the training division and helped develop the university into the number one corporate university in the world in 2011. He left Farmers and became head of an agency in Austin, Texas in 2012, then sold it at the beginning of 2014, and has since devoted his time to training agents and volunteer activities. Certifications Include: CLU, ChFC, CIC, LUTCF
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