Experts' Advice on Selling Your Agency

September 2009
Best's Review;Sep2009, Vol. 110 Issue 5, p28
Trade Publication
The article presents strategies that will help insurance companies in selling their businesses in the U.S. Kate Kinkade of Time Financial stresses to choose the highest bidder if the agency aims to paid through lump sum. John Howard of Grump Group Inc., states that the agency should ensure that its buyer will accept the deal. According to Chris Greis of Leaders Partners Inc., selling a life agency provides an opportunity for others to engage in the industry.


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