Less than a week until the 2021 (virtual) Congressional Conference! This year's event is FREE for both members and non-members.
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We are exactly two weeks away from the 2021 (virtual) Congressional Conference! This year's event is FREE for both members and non-members. Need some reasons to register? See what NAIFA-Texas President Danny O'Connell has to say below!
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NAIFA-Texas member Rick Demko is life insurance expert with Centric Advisors who holds the LACP certification, served as President of NAIFA Houston, won NAIFA's Four Under 40 Award, and recently shared his insights on COVID-19's impact on life insurance underwriting with Best's Review magazine. Talk about differentiating yourself! #NAIFAproud https://hubs.li/H0MH_820
In honor of Disability Insurance Awareness Month (#DIAM), join NAIFA Amarillo for a luncheon featuring guest speaker and NAIFA-Dallas member, Mike Evans on May 11th! Mike has over 40 years of experience in the life and health industry and is currently Brokerage Sales Manager at The DI Center. A native of Lubbock, Texas and graduate of Texas Tech University, Mike began his DI specialization in 1987 when he opened Paul Revere’s West Texas Brokerage Office. Click here to register!
Join NAIFA Fort Worth for a golf tournament benefitting Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Tarrant County on Monday, May 24th from 8 AM-1PM! This event is open to members and non-members, so grab your colleagues and indulge in a day of golf, networking, and more at Hawks Creek Golf Club. Click here for more information and registration.
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The following post was written by Dr. Rodney Mogen, DBA, Founder of SolveUrPuzzles and NAIFA-Texas Secretary Treasurer. To view additional information from Life Happens about Disability Insurance Awareness Month, please click here.
May is Disability Insurance Awareness Month (DIAM). What does disability awareness mean to you? Awareness might mean different things to different people. As an adviser, disability insurance is not often talked about. When compared to life insurance, or even long-term care, individual disability insurance and subsequent products are not discussed or presented to clients as much as they should. Awareness comes in three parts: educating ourselves, educating our clients, and being able to understand the companies and their languages.