5 Resume Tips for an Insurance Agent in 2020

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Insurance Agents have a valuable role in the insurance industry and the fact remains that both corporate and individuals clients need their help with insurance plans and activities to secure their assets and future. Follow the below given 5 resume tips to help you write the perfect Insurance Agent Resume: Curate your Professional Experience If you want the recruiters to shortlist you for your dream job, you need to convince them regarding your potential as a suitable applicant. The professional experience section is the heart of your resume and you…

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Insurers accuse Texas of improperly choosing health insurance contract winners

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Over half a dozen plans have launched appeals to STAR+PLUS contract decisions. Texas health insurance contract choices have been placed in the spotlight as insurers accuse the state of making its choices improperly. The contracts being appealed were chosen for Texas’ privatized program for blind, disabled and elderly residents. Texas is aiming to award various types of health insurance contract with a total value of about $10 billion. To apply for consideration, applications must take a standardized test-like process and score well. Applicants are health insurers that want to be…

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Local Search SEO for Agents Part 2: How to Get Started in Local Insurance News

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Launching and maintaining requires readily available and highly affordable online tools. As was discussed in Part 1 of this series, creating a local online news content can open you up to substantial new business opportunities. To get started, there are some tools and resources you will need. Fortunately, these are all easy to obtain, inexpensive and are not complicated. Once you’ve laid the groundwork, you’ll become a resource to current and prospective customers. To get started in local insurance news, there are a few things you will need and certain…

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Arizona State career development program gets a boost from State Farm donation

State Farm Donation - Arizona State University (ASU)

ASU received $30 million from the insurer for its “Pathways for the Future” program. Arizona State University (A.S.U.) has received a substantial $30 million State Farm donation directed right into the new “Pathways for the Future” career development program. The university’s new program offers students with financial aid when they enroll in online courses. Students from A.S.U. and Maricopa County Community College can use the program to receive financial aid when they register for online courses at the university. Other students who can benefit from the State Farm donation to…

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Budgeting Smart for Your Next Car

Budgeting Smart for Your Next Car

Cars are expensive, and they seem to be getting more expensive all the time. The price of new cars is on the rise, even though most of us aren’t walking around with any more spending money in our pockets than we were back when cars were cheaper. Unfortunately, though, there’s not much of a way around buying one of these pricey rides. In places like the United States and Australia, cars are a way of life—without one, most residents of countries like this wouldn’t be able to get to work or…

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New Allstate app to help good drivers save more on auto insurance premiums

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The insurer is testing a new app-based program to monitor motorist behaviors for weekly savings opportunities. A new Allstate app has entered into the testing process with the goal of allowing good drivers to prove how safe they are behind the wheel in exchange for savings. The program monitors a number of habits such as speeding and braking hard. The idea expands on existing usage-based insurance strategies including those already offered by the insurer. The goal is to make it possible for good drivers to demonstrate that they are a…

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Alabama auto insurance fines hit hard, even when renewing one day late

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The state has skyrocketed its fines for motorists who allow their vehicle coverage to lapse. Alabama auto insurance fines are heading skyward and drivers who allow their policies to lost – even for a single day – are about to suffer an unpleasant shock. The penalty for allowing a policy to lapse, even for one day, is $200 under the new rules. Probate judge and Cleburne County Commission chairperson Ryan Robertson spoke during one of the commission’s work sessions last week. There, he explained to the attendees that Alabama auto…

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