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National Income Life CEO Roger Smith
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    Current Employee - MGA  in  Buffalo, NY
    Current Employee - MGA in Buffalo, NY

    I have been working at National Income Life full-time for more than 3 years


    I have been a part of this great company for 4 years now and the income and growth potential is outstanding. The state director Durhon Oldham and VP Brett Gryska are amazing to work for. Making a long story short, there is no other position in the world like this. The ability to not have to cold call, door knock, or prospect is almost unheard of in the industry, they GIVE you leads and do not charge you for them. For new agents there is a $3,250 signing bonus. There are an abundance of union members that need to have their benefits delivered so there is never a dull or boring moment. The room for growth going from a trainee 4 years ago to now running my own office is also unheard of. The management staff has learned from the best and follow the systems that have been in place for years and are proven successful time and time again. The managers give their agents the tools to use and teach their agents how to properly use them, all the agents have to do is use them. It says a lot about a company when they have a rating of A+ superior from A.M. Best and an A+ on the better business bureau. The stock of the company listed TMK has grown double digits every year I have been hear. The product sells it self, they have a great customer service staff in our home office that actually cares about the agents success. I can go on and on about this company but i will be straight to the point, If this company gives you less than half of what it did for me, it will be the best thing that ever happen to you.


    I am a straight to the point, cut and dry, honest kind of guy, so here it goes. Yes you need to work hard, this is not a clock in clock out kind of gig. Companies do not hand out six figure yearly income without working hard for them. This career is not for the weak, or for quitters. When i first started I was terrible, but my motto is if your not getting better your getting worse. This company has made me come out of my comfort zones and has taught me what hard work is. The agents that i have seen not last at this are the ones that are not willing to better than self or do not have a good work ethic. I also see a lot of people complain about the licensing. In NYS you have to be licensed for just about anything. On top of that they actually lowered the price of the licensing substantially from $349.00 to $79. $79 to have a great paying, solid, secure career? sounds good to me.

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    I have seen agents get promoted in their first 3 months of being employed. The company grows when they have a stronger management staff. This is what they push for and are very good at showing agents how to grow into great leaders. Yes there is more money in management, but having a hand in someone else's success is priceless to me.

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