Factors that affect your projected income all boil down to the number of policies placed within your agency, whether that agency consists of just you, or you and a few friends. As these increase, so does your commission level.
Using average numbers at our lowest commission level, consider the following example.
Let’s say you’re working with a client who has a home with a $150,000 mortgage. Using average numbers for illustration, you help them protect their home and family with a life insurance product that costs them $85 per month, and would pay off the entire mortgage in case of his death. The insurance carrier you selected for the client compensates you by sending you a check for $500.
The more families you help, the more you can earn, and the higher your commission level goes, offering you even greater income possibilities.
As your NAA business grows and you begin hiring agents your income will grow as well. Since you are still writing personal business your commission level will increase. This makes you eligible for overrides from the agents you have hired. The premium that you submit is now combined with that of your team, and in addition to your personal and override income, the group’s total sales qualify you for a Manager Bonus. The higher your group income goes, the higher your bonus gets. All you have to do is continue to find good people to hire that have the desire to follow the system NAA already has in place. Teach them well to stay focused and plugged in to all of the training available to them. Your team will grow, along with your commission level, bonuses and overrides. You will enjoy spending more time with your family and doing things you enjoy, and be financially secure for the rest of your life!
Good Samaritan Bonuses
National Agents Alliance began a recognition program in 2013 that gives you the opportunity to earn a bonus that’s directly donated to the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization of your choice. All you need to do to qualify is reach a monthly sales goal for a minimum of three consecutive months. You’ll earn a bonus ranging from $250 to $4,000, depending on the sales goal you achieved. Donations from various agents with The Alliance have been able to make a difference in organizations such as Make-A-Wish Foundation, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, Rotary International, Wounded Warriors Project, Alzheimer’s Association and many more. The Good Samaritan Bonus is a unique charity incentive program that gives NAA agents an opportunity to make a difference by giving back in a major way. While our agents are already working to protect families across the United States, they can also earn money to for their favorite charity!