Sell More Long-Term Care Planning Products By Showing Clients The True VALUE Of What They’re Buying
Long-term Care Specialists And Agents Who Sell LTCi: You are fighting the good fight! Here’s a simple way to close more sales by showing clients the true value of long-term care insurance: the money in their policy when they need it. And, how buying insurance compares to investing their way out of the problem.Subscribe Now
If you’re selling LTCi, you’re going where few agents dare to tread, by focusing on the gigantic need for long-term care planning in our society today. Isn’t it amazing how few Boomers are protected, even though many of them are dealing right now with long-term care for their parents?
Don’t you wish there were a short-cut, a quick and easy way to show clients and prospects the REAL value of long-term care protection? Well now there is: the LTC Pool of Money Calculators!
These calculators, which take only minutes to use, open a new world of FOCUS and ATTENTION to the real issue of long-term care: how much money will you have available when you need it?
Making the simple, one-page reports a central part of your sales presentation can cut your time in half to explain the value of LTC planning !
These powerful reports show clients the LEVERAGE they can get by buying an insurance product, versus trying to invest the money themselves to pay for care.
And, even if you hardly sell traditional LTCi anymore, you can easily show clients the projected cost of care when they’re most likely to need it by using the Cost of Care Calculators. Your financially-savvy clients will appreciate this birds-eye view into the right amount of protection they need, whether in hybrid or traditional coverage.You can learn to use the calculators in just a few minutes, by watching our short, simple video tutorials (or reading the instructions if you prefer).
The investment in using these calculators is ridiculously affordable: the price of a couple of lattes per month.
Subscribe NOW and watch your sales effectiveness and close ratio go UP, while you spend less time explaining the basics of long-term care planning to your clients.