Future of Small Group Benefit Brokers/Advisors

Nov 5, 2018

  1. Mike Siegal
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    May i ask 'what group plan' will demise in 2020?

    Thanks!
     
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    he said it, "grandmothered group plans".
     
  3. Mike Siegal
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    I'm a little slow...and SLANG is a course i failed. Can you explain it to me like i'm 5?

    (you mean a large number of group plans will expire...or one particular company?) The way he wrote it, it sounded like one particular Plan (would expire).
     
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    grandmothered isn't SLANG, friend.
     
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    Oh,...Ok...i got it now (thanks)!
     
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    All good point here. Diversification is key. Be a business consultant...have your vendors and suppliers on hand for any aspect of business. Referral fees can add up. Get a P&C license and refer it out. Buy property. Don't expect to know everything, but keep up on your core business and become a team player for others. Just my thoughts.
     
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