Iowa requires producers who want to sell any indexed products (life or annuity) to complete the one-time Iowa Indexed Product Training course with at least four credits, prior to soliciting or selling these products. This requirement applies to resident and nonresident insurance producers.
We recently changed our shipping partner for life insurance policies from UPS to FedEx. You can expect to receive policies within the same two-day timeframe you are accustomed to.
National Webinar Recap
Last month, we hosted a webinar to help make sure that you Don’t Sell Your Term Business Short — where we revealed how rethinking your term strategy can help grow your book of business. Click to read a quick recap of what we covered.
At Protective Life, we are dedicated to providing you with maximum user security. To continue doing this, we implemented new password requirements on MyProtective.com and EZ-App.
Protective has recently established a Customer Authentication Center of Excellence (CoE) in order to continue protecting our customers’ information — while providing them with a positive experience.
New ‘Growth’ model portfolio helps Protective® Strategic Objectives VUL rank in the top 3 – or better – for income 100% of the time.
Effective May 6, 2019, we are increasing the maximum issue amount on our Children’s Term Rider to 25 units — totaling $25,000 of coverage.
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PLUS Exceeds Clients’ Expectations
In our most recent client survey, 75% of respondents’ expectations were exceeded by our accelerated underwriting program.
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3 Things a Spreadsheet Doesn’t Tell You About an IUL
Is the product at the top of the spreadsheet really the best solution? To make the best choices for clients, it’s important to know the whole story on product performance—not just their rank on a spreadsheet. This is especially relevant when it comes to Indexed Universal Life solutions.
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