NATIONAL INDEPENDENT AGENCIES
Release: Las Vegas, Nevada March 12, 2014
156 health carriers sign on for top line contracting with NIA.
These carriers representing, major medical exchange and off exchange plans, life, annuity, disability, critical illness, income protection and long term care products throughout the United States have contracted with NIA to provide top commissions and processing for affiliated agencies and select experienced independent agents.
In addition supplemental plans, including travel, dental, vision, hospital confinement, prescription and indemnity are available to all NIA independent agents as of 2014.
NIA has also contracted with 14 major Medicare carriers and now offers Medicare beneficiaries the widest selection of options of any agency.
These 156 contracts extend NIA coverage to 38 states.
“Independent insurance agents” representing the full range of health care carriers available in their markets “guide & provide” options to individuals and employers that fit the needs of the beneficiaries. Independent agencies supporting non captive independent agents provide what the consumer wants and or fits their requirements not the needs or marketing preferences of the insurance providers and captive agencies that push products for profit and bonuses that neither serve their clients or properly compensate the agents who personally sell the products.
Unencumbered agents not held captive to agencies, their gimmicks or insurance providers profit or preferences can serve the consumers rather then just sell the consumers…. and by doing right for the consumer reap the lion’s share of commissions regardless of the carriers or the product. Do what the consumer really wants or needs and make more. These independent agencies will form around experienced health care insurance specialists who will be in business for themselves and will gain considerable rewards for their objective assistance to consumers.
Agents in captive relationships with large agencies, working in house for insurance companies, for property and casualty or financial planning agencies can walk away and become a part of the National Independent Agencies (NIA) System. These agents can work on their own, own their own business and get better training, support and commissions under the affiliated NIA System.