NIA Launches Specialized Benefit Services (SBS) January 7, 2016
Release: Norwell, MA January 7, 2016
NIA announces the launch of Specialized Benefit Services (SBS)
Specialized Benefit Services (SBS) a high-grade subscription service is a well thought out and carefully planned suite of products for the average working individual, couple, or family. It is designed to cover items that typical insurance doesn’t cover. The SBS product offering helps the client look better, feel better, protect their family and save money. SBS was 10 years in the making from concept to design and the initial field testing has exceeded expectation. The mission is to provide the consumer with a value proposition and attractive price point whereby they simply can’t say no. In addition, SBS rewards the broker with a generous lifetime residual. NIA plans to market the SBS Line initially in ME, NH, CT, MA and RI followed by the remaining states.
not an agency per se; rather it is a federation of many agencies large and small (and some single independent agent producers) but all acting as a single driver in the Insurance Marketplace in the United States for the benefit of the consumer.
“Independent insurance agents” representing the full range of insurance carriers available in their markets, 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 that neither serve their clients nor properly compensate the agents who sell them.
Unencumbered agents not held captive to agencies and their terms or insurance providers can serve the consumer rather than just sell the consumer…. and by doing right for the consumer reap the lion’s share of commissions regardless of the carriers or the product. The agent can do what the consumer really wants or needs and earn more. These independent agents and agencies will form around experienced 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, or working in house for insurance companies, for health insurance, financial planning, supplement lines etc. can walk away and become a part of the National Independent Agencies (NIA) System. These agents can work independently, own their own business (book) and receive training, support and commissions under the Affiliated NIA System.