QoL Max Accumulator+ could be ideal for your clients who want the potential of attractive cash value growth and a meaningful income stream from their policy, without the direct exposure to the volatile markets. Now with the new non-medical underwriting, this competitive insurance product just got faster to obtain for your clients with faster turnaround time for you! Check out how it stacks up to the competition.
Swing For the Fences With QoL Flex Term!
New improved rates for $500,000+ cases! Effective July 3rd, QoL Flex Term is even more affordable. Check out the 4 QoL Flex Term webinars in July.
Streamlining QoL Product Portfolio - QoL Value+ Protector Will Replace the QoL Performer Plus
AIG Partners is proud to offer a robust and competitive permanent life insurance product portfolio. Coming in the fall, they are excited to announce that a new product will be added to their portfolio, the QoL Value+ Protector that will replace the QoL Performer Plus.
You're Either Earning or Learning!
It's a one-stop shop for all your training resources: The AIG QoL Training Playbook. Browse through the convenient tabs for specific resources, and content available; all in a single location!
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AIG Partners Webinars
AIG Partners Group frequently host product training and sales concept webinars every week for their producers. All webinars are complimentary and recorded for future viewing in Career Campus located within eStation. Join the webinar on "Getting Business Owners to Act" on the 12th at 12:00 PST.
DI Tip Of The Week
Save Some Premium Dollars! A client does not have to purchase the full blown "To Age 67" benefit period to be covered for disability insurance. A 5 year benefit period or a 10 year benefit period can be a great alternative for a more affordable premium. This means that if a client becomes disabled the maximum length the company will pay for a continuous disability is 5 years or 10 years. The numbers tell us that claims with the companies on average last under 5 years. Yes that is a bit of a gamble, but a lot smaller gamble than not have the coverage at all!