Licensed Life Insurance Agent - Sell Life Insurance From Home

Assurance Anchorage , AK 99501

Posted 4 days ago

Assurance, a Prudential company, is urgently hiring LICENSED, INDEPENDENT LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS in your city.
If you're ready to level-up your life insurance sales career with the opportunity for uncapped earning potential year-round, Assurance is the place for you. You'll receive quality shoppers who have been vetted by our "Guides", who then warm transfer over to you. No cold calling or money spent on marketing. We do the work for you!
Job Type: Contract (1099)
You can expect an annual equivalent of $61,100 or more if you work on a full-time hours basis.

  • Benefits:*

  • High commissions & production bonuses

  • Recognized and trusted carriers (Transamerica, John Hancock, and more)

  • A recommendation and quoting engine

  • Free platform training & scripting

  • 24+ pay dates per month (yes DAILY via Zelle)!

  • Industry's best referral program (Earn up to $1,200 per referral)

  • Requirements:

  • 9+ Life insurance state licenses

  • High-speed internet, a reliable computer, and a headset with a microphone

  • History of compliant insurance sales practice

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