Durham Single Mother Sales Rep Opportunity For Final Expense Insurance Announced

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A final expense expert has launched a virtual business for single mothers, offering them a means to make a living wage at home so they can take care of their children at the same time.

The LoveLife Group, a New Jersey-based insurance agency, has updated its services with a business opportunity aimed at single mothers who want to work from home. This offering is centered on the sale of final expense products to seniors in North Carolina, particularly the cities of Durham, Raleigh, and Charlotte.


More information is available at https://www.isellfinalexpense.com


With the new update, one will be able to take advantage of a thriving final expense field that pays higher than average and supports the local community at the same time. According to the company, this offering seeks to address the needs of women, many of whom are mothers, who have lost their jobs during the pandemic due to pay inequality and childcare issues.


According to the company, the work can be done from the comfort of one’s home, which makes it ideal for mothers with young children. Female agents also make the same amount as their male counterparts, and there is no limit to one’s income potential. Moreover, support is given by the company in the form of leads and training.


Owing to the demographic it serves, sales of the company’s products weathered the pandemic, with some agents making more in 2020 compared to previous years.


Approximately one in four employees are considering leaving their work even as the country enters a period of recovery, according to a report by CNBC. One of the main drivers of this exodus is the search for employers that offer remote work options.


This option is of particular importance to single mothers, who cannot go back to work because of caregiving responsibilities. In addition to the threat posed by the virus to children, the steep cost of childcare is also making it difficult for those with no source of income.


Final expense insurance products are used to cover funeral and medical costs that would be otherwise shouldered by the surviving family. They are a type of whole life policy that is more affordable and easier to get approved for.


This type of policy has grown in popularity among the elderly, especially amid the soaring costs of a funeral. According to industry sources, a funeral with a service and burial can set a family back upwards of $7,000, while one with a vault can easily amount to over $10,000.


Additional details about this opportunity and the company’s other offerings can be found at https://www.isellfinalexpense.com


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