Making Incentive House Partnerships Work

Bassett, Michael
May 2006
Financial & Insurance Meetings;May/Jun2006, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p31
Trade Publication
The article offers pieces of advice on how insurance and financial services planners in the U.S. can work effectively with incentive houses in May 2006. Some of the complaints of insurance and financial services planners against incentive houses are presented. The significance of having a good working relationship with incentive houses is highlighted. The need to select an incentive house that is compatible with a financial services company is also discussed. INSET: Finding the Right Incentive House.


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