Agents Online Real Estate Forums, Discussion, Realtors Marketing Tips

Follow AgentsOnline on Twitter

Click Here to display our logo on your site and link to us!
AgentsOnline Real Estate Discussion Forums Logo

Realtor CommunityA popular online real estate community since 1998!


Advertisements


Sponsored Links
Advertisements
How To Advertise Here
How To Advertise Here

Good Idea!
Realtors Directory

Facebook
Sponsored Links
Top Posters (30 Days)
Barbara Herbert 31
Dripping Springs 30
Mr. Clean 25
Lucky Leonardo 25
Vermont 24
RonnieEmz 21
Trouble 19
WolfHouse 17
Z06Fanatic 14
Marksmith 11
Daniel1234 9
Aliya 8
David Hunter 8
RandomREODudeOK 7
rjlocal22 5
Matched Content
Topic Options
Rate This Topic
#457030 - 03/24/17 07:57 AM Health/Medical Insurance for Newbies
Drake Hawkins Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 03/22/17
Posts: 2
Loc: Texas
Hello all,

I am a new agent in DFW area Texas. I am in a dual career position currently only because I am the one in the family that provides medical/health insurance for the everyone. I'd like to ask what others do for insurance as full time agents who do not rely on spouses for their insurance coverage?

Any advice is appreciated.

Top
Advertisements
#457032 - 03/24/17 09:21 AM Re: Health/Medical Insurance for Newbies [Re: Drake Hawkins]
Vermont Offline
Major Contributor

Registered: 04/12/08
Posts: 7589
Loc: Vermont's North-East Kingdom
If you insert "health insurance" in the SEARCH box in the right hand column, you'll be rewarded with over 200 historical posts regarding this matter.

That'll get you started . . . . and may generate more questions than it answers.

PS: Always include "quotation marks" for multi-word searches.


Edited by Vermont (03/24/17 09:31 AM)
Edit Reason: Added PostScript
_________________________
Dale C. Hittle of GOLDEN RULE PROPERTIES in Glover, Vermont
Where We're Always Striving To Put Together "THE FAIR DEAL"

Top
#457039 - 03/25/17 06:17 AM Re: Health/Medical Insurance for Newbies [Re: Drake Hawkins]
Bigtoe Offline
Major Contributor

Registered: 10/14/07
Posts: 2208
Loc: Outer Banks
I buy it.
_________________________
Your Outer Banks real estate agent. Helping people buy and sell OBX real estate since 1989.

Top
#457042 - 03/25/17 09:06 PM Re: Health/Medical Insurance for Newbies [Re: Drake Hawkins]
Tex Offline
Member

Registered: 02/11/14
Posts: 204
Loc: TX
Originally Posted By: Drake Hawkins
Hello all,

I am a new agent in DFW area Texas. I am in a dual career position currently only because I am the one in the family that provides medical/health insurance for the everyone. I'd like to ask what others do for insurance as full time agents who do not rely on spouses for their insurance coverage?

Any advice is appreciated.


Drake, DO NOT QUIT THE DAY JOB!

TEX
_________________________

Top
#457195 - 04/03/17 10:48 AM Re: Health/Medical Insurance for Newbies [Re: Drake Hawkins]
Analog Man Offline
Major Contributor

Registered: 07/22/07
Posts: 2047
Loc: Tampa Bay
Originally Posted By: Drake Hawkins
I'd like to ask what others do for insurance as full time agents who do not rely on spouses for their insurance coverage?

Any advice is appreciated.


FT agents get squat for benefits, although I believe KW has some sort of profit sharing gig (I have never worked for them).

We get none of the following: health insurance, 401K, PTO days or paid vacations, and the IRS can tax you more because you are considered self-employed (look into possibly incorporating yourself).

The benefit is you are your own boss, and your hours are flexible depending upon your client load and your own personal needs.

I pay for my own health insurance, which costs me about $4,200 a year as a single person (not ACH). Good luck, and I agree DO NOT quit your day job!!!!
_________________________
Music is the only sensual pleasure without vice. (Samuel Johnson, English Poet 1709-1784)

Top






Google Custom Forum Search

This Google Custom search may do a better job of searching the forums for some keywords than the old forum search does. The results do not include threads from the Asset Managers Forum however. To search that forum you will need to be actually in the Asset Managers Forum and you will need to use the old forum search below.
Search

Newest Members
JakeA, dew72, SDREALTY, patrmrgns01, chloe
29466 Registered Users
Who's Online
3 registered (Kinda A Big Deal, Joccity414, SDREALTY), 56 Guests and 4 Spiders online.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Shout Box

(Views)Popular Topics
I MAKE 100 COLD CALLS EVERY DAY & LOVE IT! 28089024
No new orders today 13085030
Stupid MLS comments. 3264779
What do you know about Froy Candelario, top agent in USA 1178927
Stupid QC comments and BPO requirements. 1050638
New HUD Listing Brokers---Any Update? 1020562
Is there religious content in Buffini class? 815789
Let's talk about our cars 662669
Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. 598157
Pay it Forward - BPO/REO Tips & Tricks I & II 582870
Most common items found at an REO 560645
EML 459230
REOTRANS 434350
Main Street 412237
asset val seminar in colorado 403727
assist 2 sell or 1 percent realty? 337465
HOMONYMS - There, Their, and They're 302941
Evalonline 300066
Land America 285049
Mainstreet 261858
Agent Directory

real estate agents

Featured Member
Registered: 08/20/14
Posts: 511

How To Advertise Here


This site presented by RNC Internet Services