The National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors ( NAIFA ) Smart Brief reported that a major reason consumers are shying away from purchasing life insurance is due to complexity in the application process. I do understand that this society is all about point and click then on to the[...]
January 1, 1997, we started Reynold Jones Insurance Group. It is hard to believe that 20 years have come and gone! We started with just a handful of carriers in 1997 and now represent over 20 life insurance and annuity companies as we are involved in selling term life insurance, guaranteed universal[...]
Did you know that delaying the age at which you receive your Social Security benefits could give you a nice increase in benefits rather than receiving 100 % of your Social Security Benefits at age 66?
Yes, if you waited until age 68 you can multiply your Full Retirement Benefit by 116%. If you [...]
Troy, a professor who has spent his life helping others, now finds himself needing to catch up planning for his own retirement. What’s a teacher to do? Watch the short video below.
retirement Plan or No Plan video 2:58
Have you planned adequately for your retirement?
Guaranteed Universal Life
I really like the GUL video, as it's simple and understandable.
1. Do you position GUL the same way or do you have a different way of presenting GUL?
I present GUL in much the same way in comparing it with the [...]
Crisp black paper in palpable suspense stretched out eyes ready for creation. We found its joy in Lite Brite, in clowns and trains of rainbows, where the warm buzz of the lamp turned to magic in our hands; in the clink and clank of Lincoln Logs; in the tap-tap-tap of Tinker [...]
Making Meals Simple
Every family has their go to meals that are easy family favorites, but if you are like our family, it can be easy to get stuck in the same patterns week after week. We often forget a fantastic meal we made once. That is why we have come up with a system that helps us remember [...]
We live in a country of plenty where we often have way more clothes in our closets and dressers than we will probably ever wear. If you are anything like me, you probably have your favorite items and stick to wearing them. Then you have a whole slew of items that you like [...]
I recently read an article in Employee Benefit News, titled “Millennials distrupt traditional benefits for modern priorities”
The following are some excerpts and comments from that article:
The percentage of young workers who understand insurance products is well below that of older [...]
The TRS School District Open Enrollment period for Employee Benefits is officially closed. Certainly, it is satisfying to assist employees making all important benefit decisions for the upcoming school year. By the same token, it is somewhat disheartening to know that more than 75% of the [...]