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June 22, 2020

How is management perceived at Family First Life?

Pros

*Best compensation in the industry. *Best training resources available. *Straight-forward release process. *Not captive. *Best bonus programs in the industry. *Agent owned, Agent designed structure. *Ability to build an agency and Sell it, while keeping a salary to manage it for life.

Cons

Hearing what other IMO’s/FMO’s have to say. As they cannot touch our compensation/bonus structures or opportunity, due to our structure of putting the greatest bulk of commission back into the pockets of the writing agent, instead of the management (like most other companies), we get a lot of people talking when they don’t know anything. Most times they will tell you the release is funny or the structures aren’t level, and their Comp is better. All of which is false. I personally have had experience in the release process. ( both to FFL for myself and from FFL one of my own agents.) as far as from FFL, as long as the company you are going to will accept any debt (you will have to provide the company name) or have no debt. It’s a 24Hour release process. However with other Imo’s you can wait 6 months.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what your doing. You consistently look for ways to better this opportunity. Thank you for designing an opportunity that allows us to prosper.

As they cannot touch our compensation/bonus structures or opportunity, due to our structure of putting the greatest bulk of commission back into the pockets of the writing agent, instead of the management (like most other companies), we get a lot of people talking when they don’t know anything.

June 22, 2020

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