At JSA, we dedicate ourselves to earning the title – “The Insurance Broker’s Agency,” each and every day. We are a nationally recognized, award-winning Field Marketing Organization (FMO) and a leader in the wholesale insurance brokerage industry, headquartered in Green Bay, WI.
Everything we do revolves around you, the agent.
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Every eight seconds a person becomes medicare eligible. Find out more interesting facts in our interactive infographic.
Refer an agent to Jack Schroeder and Associates, Inc. and you could receive a $100 prepaid Visa or Mastercard gift card!
There's easier ways to prospect. Thousands of new Baby Boomers are constantly entering the Medicare market at a record pace...
Coming to a state near you. JSA holds live product trainings throughout the country.
Amendment #69 – ColoradoCare
In a little over six months, Colorado voters will determine the fate of Amendment 69 – also known as ColoradoCare – which would impose the first statewide universal health care system in the country. If Coloradans pass the November ballot initiative, they will face a new tax burden that will hit the state hard.
Underwriting is a very vital part of the stability of the Medicare Supplement market. Without underwriting, most Medigap plans would be too expensive for our clients to afford. So why do we spend so much time and effort avoiding the process completely? With all of these Baby Boomers turning 65 and enjoying the freedom of their 6 month open enrollment window, and Medicare Advantage clients needing to answer only one “health” qualification, it’s easy to lose sight of the benefits of the underwriting process. I mean, who wants to ask all those health questions anyways?
“I’m a small business, so why do I need a brand?”
Business and marketing experts urge small business owners to “brand” their businesses with a logo and a set of consistent marketing materials. You may not be convinced that you need a brand as an independent insurance agent, but let’s look at branding in a different way. What if you were to replace the word “branding” with “reputation”? There’s no doubt that you do care about your reputation!