The New Economic Order Planning Program provides you with the greatest career opportunity of this post-Great Recession economy: a historic, decades long opportunity for life insurance agents to help savers prevent losses of purchasing power, helping productive small business owners and private practice doctors accumulate guaranteed life income that equals or exceeds their lifestyle costs, and help affluent affluent individuals endow their value systems.
According to a 2015 McKenzie & Co study, the number of life insurance agents has decreased 41% in the past 30 years, while the population of Americans has increased 25% (240 million in 1986 to 322 million in 2015.) The average age of life insurance agents is 59. 25% of existing life insurance agents will be gone by 2018.
The average life insurance agent compensation for 2010 was $46,000, $48,150 for 2012, and $48,210 for 2013. The average compensation for the top-earning 10% of life insurance agents was $117,830.
The average New Economic Order Planning Program annual compensation for life insurance agents is $225,000.Life insurance agents utulizing the New Economic Order Planning Program earn $225,000 per year for 10 years by generating 10 new defined benefit pension planning clients each year for 5 years, then servicing those clients' "add-on" sales in years 6-10.