Family First Life Vs. Equis Financial

Oct 4, 2016

  1. InsDoc
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    Anyone on here familiar enough with both of these organizations to give a breakdown of the differences and give any advice for someone making a decision between the 2?

    We have a (primarily) P&C agency that has done a fair amount of life insurance over the years but am looking to develop the life & health side of the business and grow it by adding a few producers over the next couple of years. It seems these organizations have a plan to follow and have guidance and help recruiting and developing producers.

    I've searched the forum and have read what some have already written but any help/info would be greatly appreciated.
     
    InsDoc, Oct 4, 2016
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    Depends on the upline. Equis and FFL used to be one company so they're basically the same. I will tell you FFL will give you way higher commissions but carrier selection is super limited. Everyone will tell you they will do this & that for you but very very few will actually deliver.

    If I were you I would instead try to get some direct appointments & hire an agency manager that knows what they're doing. Offer to pay for the office & you'll have a lot of people interested.
     
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    Any thoughts on this?
     
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    Hi - i was curious about this myself and googled the differences... I was wondering if you had any more insight as to the basic differences how these 2 companies differ. I am looking for an IMO that has a good lead system aside from an overall good company, with a variety of carriers and good commission structure.
    I'd love to hear some feedback from you.
    Thanks!
    Ben
     
    Zigg, Apr 19, 2017
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