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[Music].morning guys.good morning and we've got some ariana.conscious I'm going to become an instant.morning Nikki how are you doing I'm good.I'm great.good job - my Steve already started.doing some that class when you.or has it been good or starts being bad.I forgot how much information is in hmm.sure Jimmy hey yo man good morning good.morning good morning buddy.good yeah I think a good goal for you.this week any of my brand-new licensed.pupils get some get something on the.books yeah definitely help you get you a.check on Friday for something I'm glad.you said that man because I had you on.my mind all week and I didn't want to.bother you over the weekend but I.started playing around the Co tools on.our Friday afternoon bill got on on my.computer for a little bit downloaded.Polk rush so yeah I just want to do a.couple of practice runs with him real.quick and I'll get the gist of it yeah.absolutely.no no maybe spend a couple of minutes.with some marketing ideas you know and.Tiffany I see you're on the call - yes I.went got my test then this morning say.again you did what I said one got tested.for the Cobra thing they was offering.free testing okay so well I think this.allergies it's just allergies yeah when.will you get the results and they said.three the five business things okay well.I know it's definitely a you know quite.a time for sure so we'll definitely keep.that in our prayers for you Tiffany so.morning Sergio my buddy out in.California good to see you we've got.Joyce on the call to which we'll get to.in a minute which is great so it's.really good to see everyone.on that note with with Joyce on the call.so and again I know more and more people.I'm sure Danny logging on gods have been.so far on the call Joyce is my.operations manager and Joyce is.basically here to help make things run.smoothly and I know some of you have.already interacted with her but I wonder.on the call this morning probably ever.on Joyce I think at least once a month.is probably going to be a good idea just.to kind of introduce yourself to new.people tell them what you do here and.and how they can get in touch with you.if they need help though I don't want to.take it away with that choice okay I.think I've met most of you okay so.that's good so great to be here I would.love to say on the call but for me I am.a title his operations manager and I am.the person in charge of payroll around.here so and that's due today so I don't.know and our Commission advance person.you're the one that does the right if.there's somebody you want to suck up to.around here it's Joyce trust me is.paying commissions so that's a big.portion and as people come on.we're your Commission code that you use.is what makes all the magic happen in.terms of getting paid so that code that.attaches to each policy right and when.the companies come in and pay their.commissions to us it then gives you your.portion and I run reports and then we.download all that into payroll and.that's how everyone gets paid so it's.really important and how to keep things.organized so that is the main thing that.affects you I think you know my email is.Joyce at get strategic is calm and we.also I guess a lot of you are new so.you're not accessing everything but.we've got a toolbox page just everybody.access that or not until they're come on.talk about in just about every week so.okay great so I'm on there so you've got.my phone number.you know I'm pretty easy to reach.I don't you even Joy's throw it in chat.just so everybody has it kind of in a.recording and chat if you look at your.zoom you can go up put your your phone.in your email in there so again guys.can't stress enough you know as we're.growing this this venture and it is kind.of an adventure in a journey and excited.all of you guys that are on you know.I've got teammates around to really try.and help and really serve you and I.truly mean that I tell and I say this.and I believe my heart that that our.team whether that's my service team or.my sales team you are my first and most.precious VIP clients because here's what.I know if we do a good job and take care.of you take care of the clients and all.of that trickles down from there it's.kind of that raising tides rises all.ships so again we appreciate you we're.here to help serve you help you win help.the dollars in your pocket help feel.good about what you're doing so Joyce is.very much here in an Operations role so.again that could be certainly anything.Commission related systems related kind.of onboarding and setup because we can.do and handle so much we try and.streamline it as much as possible but we.always know that there can be some some.items that may need a little extra.attention with that so you know you got.her in your back pocket you also have in.the an I know several of you met LeAnn.who's also are really are our personal.lines trainer and then I'm here sort of.works training the whole thing if you.will and really trying to help on the.sales and marketing it so with that.being said guys I'm gonna jump in into.the meaning and again I'm sure more.people are going to be coming in I know.I see several on already and I'll say.wouldn't everyone now and I see more and.more joining in so I'm gonna share my.screen here in a second and then we'll.get rocking and rolling so you know one.of the biggest things we try and.highlight just every week are and.hopefully you guys joy so you can see.the screen people can see the screen.okay now yeah okay good so again one of.the things that we try and highlight.every week.just some of the updates some of the.things that are going on right now that.hopefully will be helpful to you.and as you're working and building what.you're doing here one of the biggest.things we want to highlight temporary.insurance license right now and this is.huge and again some of you are already.taking advantage of this some of you are.in process of it and what I really want.to highlight had somebody texting me.about trying to get into the meeting so.what I really want to highlight guys.again is this is an opportunity to.really get your foot in the door in the.insurance business it's also an.opportunity if you're interested in team.building at all and having people under.you or you obtain that commission.override a great opportunity to.introduce that you know so there's a.link on our Facebook page we send this.meaning out each week there's a link.there as well that has all the details.on this and as I've said to several of.you as well I don't know how long this.is gonna last if you will I know I know.mark was probably the latest who just.got his license I know marks on the call.Congrats to that got his license late on.Friday which is great but again I don't.know how long this is gonna last with as.things start to open back up and return.normal so so we always have a you know.take opportunity strike while the iron's.hot in terms of in terms of that.licensing in terms of some of our.trainings again just always want to.point you guys to our YouTube training.channel a lot of videos on there I'm.shooting probably two or three more.videos this week on a handful of.different items from flood insurance to.some marketing ideas etc so definitely.if you're not already subscribe to that.I would and that way you use get updates.when the videos come out we've got our.tool box again we've highlighted this.several times I would bookmark this this.get strategic I&S comm backslash toolbox.and again this is just a spot guys where.we try and save a lot of important.information that hopefully is gonna help.you I've got a bookmarked on my end I.know I was working with Jaclyn who's.another new team member earlier this.week and she's just asking a bunch of.questions and a lot of them were on here.and again.always happy to do that anyone on our.team is happy to do that but this is a.really good spot and again something a.bookmark you've got key contact info.link to our YouTube training channels.you know you've got other states where.licensed then our quick reference guide.our fact finders just a lot of good info.that we're trying to pack into right.there so I've got all those things then.of course our Facebook group I know most.of you are on there encourage you guys.to engage there ask questions posts.share successes challenges etcetera that.we just try and highlight every week so.for today for kind of our motivation.Monday and just again hopefully giving.you some thoughts to encourage you get.you going I really wanted to share this.with you and I came across this the.other day from Napoleon Hill again you.guys know big Napoleon Hill family.talked about him quite a bit and talked.about him in kind of our onboarding.training and a lot of different things.he was a famous writer of thinking Grow.Rich so I love this quote though he says.all breaks you need in life weight.within your imagination imagination is.the workshop of your mind capable of.turning energy into accomplishment and.wealth want to think about that again.per second so I'll read that again all.the breaks you need in life weight.within your imagination imagination is.the workshop of your mind capable of.turning mind energy into accomplishment.and wealth pretty powerful thought and.and here's write what you think about.before the iPhone was created it started.as a thought in someone's mind before.the Empire State Building was bibble it.started as a thought in someone's mind.right before anything that you frankly.see around you comes to life it.typically starts as a thought in.someone's mind and so you know I joke.with something you all that and again I.love you know my little wall of fame and.I'm constantly updating here my.daughters you know I'm not a great.artist okay I can't paint you a great.picture I can't sing a great song but I.want to think that I can tap into some.of my imagination and creativity in a.business.environment to make money to create a.lifestyle I want and to show other.people how to do that as well and you.all have the ability to build your.business within this business right to.be in business for yourself but not by.yourself and that is powerful and so I.just really encourage you guys with that.in terms of the imagination thinking.about you know what could you do what do.you want to do what does this look like.for you and one of the things I really.thought about it and it's what I put.down here there's kind of calling it in.a million dollar sprint I made you some.other things around this maybe I may.create another contest coming up just.kind of again have some fun give you.guys some more incentives and balls and.to hit some goals here's what I want you.to think about you know this business.and what we're doing again this is not.rocket science we're not making the.Eifel by the way we're building the.Empire State Building by the way okay.now that being said it's it's simple but.not easy okay not everybody's gonna you.know be the next greatest sales.superstar but the opportunities there.the opportunity is huge you can apply.yourself work hard and do amazing in.this business I've seen it I've got team.members doing it I've done it and what I.thought with this million-dollar sprint.is in terms of your production okay.a million-dollar sprint will give you a.very solid beginning and book of.business okay and as I broke that down.while $1,000,000 is certainly a.significant amount of premium and money.it would be about two policies per day I.want you to think about that for a.second and here's where I went with this.I said okay if I take a million dollars.over 12 months what do I need to do per.day okay and that works out too and this.is assuming our average policy premium.which again is is true some are going to.be more so many best or average policy.premium is approximately $2,000 so if.you were to do two policies a day you'll.hit a million dollars worth of.production in that.year and once once you start to do this.your the other thing I want you to think.about you know one of the concepts we.talk about in marketing and in sales and.in a business like ours is lifetime.value the client even write that down is.anybody hurt.I heard that before heard me talk about.lifetime value the client yes no no okay.so lifetime value the client basically.says this and again this is a great.example in our model is a great example.for this not just my model but this type.of an industry the average client is.gonna be with you about seven years okay.so while our commissions when we look at.our Commission's upfront and we say okay.well my commission maybe 100 200 300 400.500 depending on the premium dollars in.that one year what you really need to.look at is saying what is that going to.be over seven years right and you can.factor in with our commission schedule.that becomes a very powerful concept.again that that and it's really a more.accurate depiction because again when I.write a client today I get paid this.commission obviously this year and I'm.well aware look you've got to get money.now to eat live pay rent arrows I'm well.aware of that but I would I want to what.I also want you to think about again.with this model and this business and.this is what excites me about okay and.again I'll start from I've done every.type of insurance that's out there I've.done life insurance health insurance.financial services big and small.everywhere in between and this end of it.if you will the property and casualty.why it excites me so much is you have.that ability to build a business you.have that ability when I say a business.you have that ability to start stacking.on policies that stack on and stack on.and before you know it you're gonna.blink and it's gonna be six months from.now or a year from now and some of those.policies are gonna renew and you get.paid again and that's the magic of it.right that is truly the magic of this.business and again when I say this.business I don't just mean strategic I.mean the property and casualty business.so I'd really encourage you guys and.again hopefully some of this sparks that.imagination you can run through the.numbers yourself and look at okay you.know my new business commission my.renewal commission we have again and.I've shared this with you guys on our.website the insurance side hustling comm.we have a compensation calculator okay.and this is a great spot if you want to.do some dreaming some imagining you can.start to go around here and put premium.in and all the assumptions are right.below 50% new business 25 renewal you.know we assume about a 30% closing ratio.and about 12% gross commission to the.agency you can go in here and and really.do some imagining and some dreaming and.I would encourage you to do it and in.fact I don't think I've said it before.and I know we kind of go through and we.do the gold planning with all of you you.know you want to do something fun and.and hopefully worthwhile that's gonna.plant a seed in your mind to grow and.start to hit some of those is go through.this fill this out and then print it out.and maybe put that on the back side with.your balls right so you've got your.goals on one side I mean I've got on my.vest here guys all sorts of little clear.sheets and things and you know my.decision tree and all sorts of different.things I've got my goals at home you can.get like a little screen protector or.sleep protector like this goals on one.side and this on the other what a great.way to kind of encourage and motivate.yourself and again what I want you to.start to think about when we're talking.with this and again we're starting to.say the the the whole idea or if you've.heard this saying before you know how do.you eat an elephant and it's a bite at a.time.okay that that's a pretty famous saying.maybe some of you've heard that before.how do you know elephant it's a bite at.a time so I could it big goal out there.but again I want to break this down for.you and say if you consistently do two.policies a day don't hit your million.dollars in production by the end of the.year right not bad and so.so that's one of my encouragement from.kind of that motivation standpoint for.you guys again imagine dream let your.mind turn that energy into.accomplishment and well on that note too.and then I would also highlight the you.know the action plan surrounding it.right and so when I say the action plan.surrounding it so if we then say okay.well how am I gonna get to policies data.where am I gonna get this how how does.this work and again we talked a lot.about marketing and sales we'll do that.a little bit more towards the end of the.meeting but what I would encourage you.is that knowledge is power information.is power.those are transformative ideas that can.help make you money put dollars in your.pocket and I try to share a lot with you.and give you a lot of ideas and ways to.create really and we're gonna talk more.on the marketing end of a referral based.business that's what you want frankly.that's what anyone in any business wants.period is a referral based business I.don't care what type of marketing we're.talking everybody wants referrals.because they can learn at a higher level.they're easier to close and they stay.and last longer right but so then we say.well how do I start to do some of those.things so we mentioned last week these.great clients now 28 days to get clients.definitely a book I recommend them check.it out I would again you can get it on.Amazon it's almost written like a.cookbook that's gonna walk you through.different ideas in terms of building and.creating that pipeline okay and again we.talked your pipeline is your life so.again guys that's kind of on our.motivation section for the morning I.really want to jump into now and I want.to do some insurance specific training.with you and then we're gonna get in and.having some time hopefully and doing.some role-playing but I want to talk.about flood insurance a little bit today.so and just as I get ready to pull this.up here just briefly anyone on the call.who can tell me and explain simply in.simple terms what what is flood.insurance what exactly is that cover.insurance now flood insurance is going.to cover your property in certain areas.that in flood zones it's gonna cover.your property against.against water damage not related to you.like a pipe bursting or something like.that right a natural.you know but again I always encourage.it's like we don't overcomplicate we're.doing here right so so Jimmy kind of.said it's you know kind of water damage.it's not a plate breaking flood.insurance is rising water that does.damage to my property okay and it.traditionally guys there's another way.to think about it it's traditionally.gonna come from outside the home not.inside the home if I have a pipe break.and cause a flaw and that's gonna be a.little bit different that's gonna be.covered under my homeowners in charge.okay if I've got rapidly rising water.over one or more acres or one or more.properties that's going to be under the.what insurance right so another way to.look at it is by definition I can't have.a flood just at my front right.traditionally if there was a flood it's.gonna be like my property next door you.know kind of my neighborhood we've.probably all seen those scenes Hurricane.Katrina pictures some hurricane you see.kind of a you know the helicopters.flying over and everybody's flooded so.really there's two main parts to flood.insurance so there's really two main.parts of flood insurance we've got what.do you think the two main parts are we.said what would be the two main parts of.literature and if you look it's on.recovery and replacement okay I like it.Margo Solomon giving it a stab so really.really the two main parts are gonna be.your building coverage okay and my.contents coverage so if you look right.here my building cover to my contents.coverage okay so this was just a recent.proposal that that's one of our team.members that Tony did and you see here.you know right right flood for what it's.worth we do a lot of our flood insurance.through write flood okay.I am best aerated all they do is flood.insurance and all stage good company so.you've got us at the agency you've got.the name of the client here all this is.kind of Joan information I'm going to.talk about that in a minute.don't let that you know bog you down too.much by the way this was a pretty big.house we quoted the replacement cost was.about three and a half million again you.want to talk about getting that sprint.to a million dollars and looking at some.marketing a great area to market is in.places where insurance is expensive now.all the Florida is fairly expensive.number one okay but there are certain.pockets here and again I know we've got.people in other states and Sergio and.got Dan in Pennsylvania in other areas.hey you guys could even look within your.state we could use some research and see.where are some of the more expensive.areas right and typically some of the.more expensive areas are going to be.where they're gonna be maybe coastal or.higher values and a lot of times those.coincide a lot of times a higher value.one side with the coastal area so this.happened to be a lead that we had down.in South Florida so the building itself.was three and a half million dollars.that means the replacement cost so in.other words to rebuild it new that.building down in Key Biscayne was about.three and a half million dollars to.rebuild okay now here's what's super.important to know and again like like a.lot of things you know we can go.different layers of depth in some of.this my goal with a lot of our training.here guys is to kind of you know I love.Zig Ziglar says is like prime the pump.it's to kind of get you going give you.info so that you you can feel confident.out there talking okay with with John Q.public.because remember you already know a.hundred times more than John Q public.does I promise you that about property.and casualty insurance okay and frankly.you can do really well in this business.there's running enough proposals and.saving people money and not knowing a.whole lot and I mean that kind of.scurrying away and again here me my goal.is that you become educated you.understand this stuff you can think.through it you're providing value on and.on and off not oh it's cool is even if.you're brand new you don't know Ally you.running off.proposals you go apples-to-apples you.save people money I said great here you.go okay.you're I'm going with this there's lots.of parts to flood insurance but.basically you've got building coverage.and contents coverage think about it if.my building is damaged what do I need to.take care of I got my home and take care.of my home I got to maybe rebuild my.home fix my home whatever and then I've.got all the stuff in my home and all my.contents right you eat you know I've.heard before.what a great analogy of contents you.know you take your house upside down you.shake it out I know it's kind of a silly.picture but it's a good word picture I.picked my house up upside down and I.shake it out all the stuff that falls.out as my contents okay here's what I'm.going with it the government the federal.government through the National Flood.Insurance Program regulates flood and.the most they will give you is two.hundred and fifty thousand dollars okay.so that means that regardless of the.size of my home this is a good example.this home is a three and a half million.dollar home and again that's not sales.price guys that's not value the home.itself I think was valued appraised it.like five to seven million somewhere.around there's what sticks out that's.just hey this home is damaged or.destroyed and I have to rebuild it.brand-new what does it cost.okay well the most the government's.going to give me these two hundred and.fifty thousand that's the most I can get.through the federal government now for a.lot of people that's all they're gonna.do or want period okay and and in a case.where there's a mortgage right so a bank.comes in and says okay you know this guy.whose name was Alex Blanco so Alex you.want the you know you want a mortgage.from us and say as well as Fargo we want.to know that this home is taking care of.that you've got homeowners insurance and.flood insurance again we've always.talked we ran a need-based business not.just a one based business and you got to.have flood insurance great well the most.you can get is two hundred and fifty.thousand through the federal government.now we have other options which can get.you more coverage which is called excess.flood insurance okay I'm not gonna get.into all that today I just want you to.know it's.there I want you to know that we can do.it oh by the way we have talked quite a.bit about in terms of good marketing and.networking opportunities and noting that.referral based business we've talked.about networking with captive insurance.agencies the farm your all stage.companies like that there's a ton of.them out there I mean again I don't care.where you are in America you can.typically Google a State Farm and find a.handful of agencies within a 5 to 10.mile radius and you.they don't do excess flood insurance at.all so in this case if Alex came and.said well geez wait a minute my building.is three and a half million but I can.only get 250 thousand from the.government that seems pretty low and I.buy more the answer is yes independent.agent like up but again from a.networking strategy it could even be you.know networking with State Farm agents.where Allstate agents or whomever and.say and what happens when you get a.client that may need access flood.insurance they really don't have a.solution so you could really meet and.fit that solution and just again a.little marketing money there hey Doug.can you throw out two or three whether.it's in Florida or just nationally other.companies other than state bomb or.Allstate that we might be on the lookout.for just big brand names like yeah so so.you know again some of them come more.mark and a little bit more of a call.center environment so it could be a.little harder to get your arms around.them but if he knew people in those.environments like a USAA a Liberty.Mutual again our captain by nature could.be great referral sources any network.with or find that again maybe they're an.agent in a call center and what happens.when they're dealing with their.scenarios and they can't meet what the.client needs what do they do.good but again if you look you know.there's plenty of depth with with the.state farms in all states alone they're.there you know state forms the largest.insurance carrier in the country in.terms of auto here yeah yeah and again.you know from a networking standpoint.you know great opportunity what do you.do if you can't help someone with their.auto we'd love to fill that gap for you.right a good question we'll mark and I.love.you're thinking again you always want to.be thinking along that marketing and.pipeline that or pipeline is our.lifeline we want to think along lines of.that so it's a long story short most you.can get through federal government is.250,000 we have options to get people.more if they want most you can get in.terms of contents as a hundred thousand.okay.now if you look here deductibles you got.deductible on the fun building.deductible on contents okay.total premium for the year was thirty.five of seventy six.okay so we've got building contents.totals 3576 I want to just pull this up.for a second here again I don't want to.get too too in the weeds and I don't.want people go oh my goodness what did I.get myself into you know this is like.calculus it's not okay but what I want.to just tell you again very simply right.if we just go high level what is flood.insurance you said well flood insurance.rapidly rising water one or more.property or one or more acres right and.it's typically outside the home plate.breaks and causes a flood totally.separate okay a lot of times you are.gonna see coastal areas however think.about this if I live near a river a.stream a lake all of those could be.bodies of water where there could be.flood insurance that's required I mean.again I know Dan's up in Pennsylvania we.didn't grow up too far from each other.there are areas up in Pennsylvania that.you know it's certainly not coastal but.I was gonna be flooding based on rivers.or lakes or streams okay so good areas.to look in terms of marketing because.you'll typically pick up two policies.you'll get flood and home normally.people want those together off of that.government runs it for the most part.government also sets the rates by the.way guys this is another kind of cool.thing away.so this flood proposal right here this.is a good takeaway and again this is.where we talk relationship driven and.that we're relationship business this.flood insurance proposal if I went to.and I put these same inputs in we'll.talk through that in a minute in terms.of the elevations particular I put these.same exact inputs in into a state farm.system and all.State System oh by the way nationwide or.travellers or Liberty Mutual or whomever.you pick an insurance company name that.that rate is going to be exactly the.same okay because the rates are.literally run by the government they're.literally calculated and run by the.federal government think about it like.this the government underwrites it runs.it and then the insurance industry is.like the distribution channel right it's.like wait a minute you guys are already.set up to do this stuff you guys.underwrite the policies pay the claims.do the billing all that okay but the.money comes from the federal government.okay now with that being said and I.always encourage you guys and talk about.this a lot in terms of the you know.Amazon gift card offer and getting deck.pages well here's why it's so important.to do that because all of these carriers.and policies you can have different.inputs so what do I mean by that well it.depends on what people put in so if I.have some of these you know little.dropdowns off my rates going to be.different you follow me so that's where.it's important again to kind of you've.got to get to the truth and the truth is.often on that deck page that's a good.line a good way to put it okay somebody.may say oh no I'm only paying $1,000 a.year well and we may be coming in higher.something's got to be off there's likely.something off because the rates are the.same okay we've talked max is 250,000 on.the building max is 100,000 on the.contents now Tony here in this scenario.it looks like he ran one with contents.and one without right a good example and.it's a good way again of showing people.their options right so you want to think.about that we always want to net.recommend you know really what the.client needs and better coverage but we.also want to show the client the handful.of options that they've got they may not.want to pay as much and want to cut.their coverage down okay the other thing.to highlight here guys is that depending.on the area of the home and the age of.the home you may need something called.an elevation certificate and this is.where I was starting to say on you know.what am I getting into here and this is.like geometry class and seeing long.- Milan - probably do a video on this or.some more training this is not nearly as.hard as it may look here's the takeaway.if I've got a home and it's in a flood.zone and I'll use the Tampa Bay area.here is an example now most areas of the.country are going to be in and around.this time frame it really varies by the.county okay and like most things you can.just google this and get info on it okay.and putting the county in and ask you.know when is an elevation certificate.needed here.for the most part it's 1974 that isn't.in around that 72 to 74 is a normal time.frame where elevation certificates are.normally needed okay and the the.elevation certificate you may see in a.variety of ways you know some are going.to be older than others so this was a.little bit of an older one I don't want.you to be bogged down and worried about.all this all I want you to know and.taking away right now is this I'm in a.flood zone and I'm after that date and.that date is considered firm okay and.it's sort of in essence means when the.county became a part of the flood.program if it's what's known as post.firm or after that date so we'll take.like 1974 for example in Pinellas and.Hillsborough County 1974 is the date if.my date is after 1974 of my home so.let's say my home was built in 1985 and.I'm in a flood zone.I need this elevation certificate just.to get the proposal if my home was built.before that so let's say my home was.built in 1950 you as an agent can run.proposals without that elevation.certificate does that make sense big.picture so far kind of yeah yeah I know.some of this listen guys it's like.riding a bike right now it's like me.telling you how to ride a bike you do.this a handful of times it's going to be.second nature.uh-huh once you know it's in a flood.zone and if it was post firm let's say.after 1974 we have to get this elevation.certificate and then it's fairly.plug-and-play.yeah we'll probably do some videos or.maybe another training on it where we.basically look on our system in our.quoting system and it's gonna say a nine.input what you see for a nine and you're.gonna him put these numbers in you don't.even have to understand all these.numbers okay what in general they're.looking at though and think about this.because I like just basic understanding.you guys of what's going on here what.they're gonna look at is what is the.base flood in that area okay so that.means in this area here it was ten key.that means if my home is built ten feet.or higher undoing pretty well if my home.is 10 feet or below not so much and this.is done these these numbers are done by.the Army Corps of Engineers they.literally go in and around the country.they kind of do all this analysis and.zoning and mapping and you know their.worst of the guys on the road with a.little kind of camera looking things and.doing all that kind of stuff well this.is what they're trying to figure out and.saying okay well sort of what where am I.act from an elevation like how high my.building is built up that I mean they're.in a good spot or not such a good spot.okay and they want to they want to get.that numbers so they look at that base.fluid number and then really the next.big number they're gonna look at is what.they would call the top of the bottom.floor which is kind of an awkward term.but if you think about it the top of the.bottom floor or the top of the next.highest floor is gonna sort of be like.where does my house sit right so in this.scenario with this guy here the base.flood was 10 his home sat at about 16.that means his home was built six feet.above flood above sort of the the base.flood depth if you will so he's going to.get a pretty good rate now where you.hear some of these really bad stories or.if you do and it's like you know.grannies pain.ten grand a year for flood insurance.it's normally where you're on the beach.very old they didn't have the certs back.then and they were probably way below.flood basically you know maybe they were.at eight feet in the home and the area.should have been at ten feet okay so.again guys that's very high level on.flood insurance just for sake of time I.want to kind of keep moving to give us a.chance to do a little role-playing here.we're not going to roleplay with the.flood by the way we'll roleplay maybe.with some homeowners because I want to.give you guys a little bit of an.opportunity again just to sort of.practice here I will say some of this.was inspired Thank You Leslie because.Leslie was asking some questions about.flood insurance this week again I would.also say just from the marketing.perspective when you start to look and.think about where are areas that you.want to look and market areas and flood.zones are great areas because they need.more coverage okay yeah did you say the.I was trying to do the math on it do you.get like 50% more if you were doing a a.flood policy versus a non flood policy.yes.like seventy percent or sixty five seven.yeah so good point so so what Mark was.saying and it's good I need support you.understand the Commission's remember you.guys your splits occur off the splits of.the agency flood insurance we get paid.at an agency the agency level here 20%.or average Commission on like home and.auto is 12 so yes it is a very nice.commission your third floor got you.absolutely and again you know if you.really in my opinion want to do some.very targeted marketing and frankly you.could do this anywhere you know you.could began in Pennsylvania who has some.clients in Florida and wants to do some.marketing here in Florida and really try.to focus Network whatever things and.strategies you're doing to to hit areas.that are in flood zones okay you know.again if I'm thinking about this to find.networking with Realtors or mortgage.brokers that inherently do things in a.flood zone area and then.get that lead the client not only needs.the home but they need the flood right.now you've got two lines of business.with the person instead of one great.great opportunity for sure all right so.I want to get into a little of the role.playing here and I want to I want to.kind of pull up just a proposal here.with frontline so front lines again one.of our insurance carriers guys we've got.here in Florida we've got about 15.carriers here in Florida and most of the.other states we have about four to five.and frankly that's traditional the.reason being quarters just kind of a.goofy state with regards to homeowners.insurance cuz a lot of big carriers.won't right so let's do this so from a.let's do how about Tiffany can you hear.us Tiffany are you up for doing a little.role-playing Yes No maybe so can you.hear me Tiffany alright how about Dan.Rhodes Dan can you hear me I'm sorry I'm.I got all right so I'm gonna pick both.you so here's what I wanna see Dan.you're the agents.Tiffany you're the client and then maybe.we'll flip and really here's what we.want to do and my goal for this for us.when we kind of maybe spend like ten.minutes here and then we'll kind of wrap.up go to some marketing ideas and some.other things I want to share with you.guys but little question space where you.can work through some of the proposal.and we can also answer questions on.coverage so so you know the scene if you.go here dan you're the agent Tiffany or.the client you're looking at buying this.home on coral berry Drive and Dan's.gonna kind of just high-level present.this proposal the other thing and again.we talked about this guy you haven't.done as much sort of this in the.role-playing you guys all I encourage.you to all find your own voice with this.again I'm all aware they know we're not.all going to say it exactly the same.that's good in a way because you know.that's it's just kind of that's life.nobody you know and you may connect with.different people in a different way that.I you etcetera but but here's what I'm.going with it one of the things we sort.of talked about and again hopefully when.we're adding value to you and you're.looking saying okay why my.am i doing this model what is this all.about centuries so we're adding not just.markets and systems and support and.carriers and people to do the paperwork.for you and all that but we're giving.you marketing ideas we're giving you.tools to get business and then we're.also giving you some value add we're.giving these things to say hey you're.some reason so one of them and we talked.in onboarding with all of you about this.is kind of the why us right just high.level we talked protection reviews you.know really good cutting-edge technology.our claims process in one-stop shop now.I'm not saying you have to do that right.right here right now being what I'm.encouraging you all if I put it another.way is if I'm a client I'm saying why.should I go with you Dan you need to.have a good answer for that and there.will be content where that comes up if.they say well yeah I got another quote.from my my my mortgage guy why should I.pick you right we won't have a good.answer for that now part of that answer.very well could be here you can talk.about you and your service and longevity.whatever that may be but I would.encourage you guys to think about you.know you kind of hear this talk of an.elevator speech or an elevator pitch I.never liked that term but that idea of.how are you going to introduce yourself.you to your clients or potential clients.out there those are important before I.do that to go over that actually wasn't.click away from submitting an app to.Southern Oak and I got the go-ahead.finds awesome for Southern oh do I just.some click Submit you do or I love to.hear that well is everything that's.great yeah I think it's it's my first to.supper in oak okay that's why I'm like.I'm trying to figure out their website.think all I have to do is click Submit.okay I'll do it after this call now for.front mine okay okay okay.okay okay so Tiffany thanks for giving.me a chance to is that right yes I'm.going through States they gave me a.quote through State Farm and I mean.they're really reputable company think.about this going there right okay fair.enough but did you act because did you.actually speak to an agent or because.they probably just emailed it to you and.didn't give me any personal care right.yeah my realtor actually got the quote.for me okay.well that's that's great what we do is.we're going to go through and make sure.that we have the coverage is you know.suiting your needs not just a cookie.cutter quote and that's really what you.want right yes okay perfect.okay so let's have a look here we need.one coverage center you at one hundred.and fifty three thousand at replacement.cost so okay so perfect the great.question.now when you bought the house it was.probably for a little bit less right.maybe right around there and as you the.house ages like in five ten years it.might need a couple repairs you might.not be able to but yeah you might not be.able to sell it at that price but what.if something happens if it's actual cash.value you only get what you would have.been able to sell it for not what it is.costs to replace it with a brand-new.house okay so obviously you don't want.to downgrade right you want the same.quality house just a new one to replace.something happens yeah okay so that's.what that's gonna get you okay there's a.about $7,000 worth of coverage for other.like shed and other things around the.property other non movable items that.aren't physically attached to the house.hey your personal property is gonna be.cleared up to one hundred seventy six.thousand as a standard amount about.fifty percent of the total dwelling.coverage okay and that's going to cover.everything in the house including.appliances that if something would.happen to the house would be a total.loss it would replace everything that.was in the house so does it further my.mark touch their house as well.I'm built-in microwave yeah well yours a.built-in microwave well they're it's.probably like a space and alcove cut in.to the cabinetry.so that would cover the microwave yeah.because you should be able to unplug.that and remove that but the cabinetry.would be fixed and be a part of the.house so that would be covered under the.dwelling and then the microwave itself.would probably be personal property you.follow me please.yes okay and then down there loss of use.coverage okay that's gonna be if it's.gonna cover approximately stand you're.living for a rental property while the.house is prepared if something happens.okay and then liability to non-family.members if something happens like if you.have well we know we don't have a.trampoline for yeah if I'm not mistaken.but but if like something a neighbor kid.comes over in place hits his head and it.has to be rushed to the hospital.hospitals are expensive so you want to.you want to have coverage for that.liability right yeah I actually have a.pool what does that cover for my pool.okay great.so that's the liability anything that.happens due to mist mile reckless use of.the pool for instance well you know you.can't be there lifeguarding all the time.something happens you know it's gonna.cover you for being sued and so forth by.like the neighbors if that one of their.kids comes over as an example okay make.sense yes great okay then we got the.inflation guard so coverage will be.there it will increase along with.inflation lemonade so they won't dry.right that's really valuable especially.in a you know the Florida climate if you.do have hurricane damage that's not.turtle well if there's flooding for.instance then your main follow up.problem in the next coming months is.that you know you don't want black mole.I'm not an expert on that but that.doesn't sound good.you want coverage is that okay and and.all the standard things like the water.backup coverage is gonna mint the.coverage for like if your sump pump or a.water tank bursts or leaks okay so we.set the hurricane deductible at 2,000 or.2% rather of the total property that's.the deductible if there's a hurricane.and for anything any other cause of loss.okay it's $1,000 deductr it's a little.bit lower okay and do you have any.jewelry or expensive collectibles that.you want extra coverage for um yeah I.have a huge personal collection I wanna.make sure mm-hmm.gotcha is that what you say huge is that.under 3,000 or should we get as some.extra patrol array and collectibles type.coverage there for you um definitely.over 3,000 girls and my shoe collection.as well so probably about me about.15,000 15,000 I believe that shoe.collection would be covered under a prep.and that would be content that's a lot.of shoes and I thought my wife was bad.I'm not gonna judge just for sake of.time I'm gonna kind of hit the cut.button overall good job her okay and I.want to just highlight a couple things.that I like that I heard you said again.what I would encourage you guys is the.more practice you do the better you're.gonna get at this you know as you as you.start to do you know 5 10 15 of these.you want to be able to rattle it off.fairly quickly you guys did really good.overall like some of the questions.Tiffany asked to unity and one of the.things I heard you say that I liked is.you said something the effect of.you know we want to make sure we get you.a proposal and I'd always recommend the.term proposal not quote it's better.language it sounds different more.professional but you said something in.effect that you know I want to get you a.quote that's really suiting your nut.needs and not just cookie cutter okay.because that may place a little seed of.doubt in someone's mind where she said.well you know I already talked to State.Farm and I think gonna go with them or.something along those lines so I like.that that was good I also like that you.you know you started asking about.jewelry at the end because that gives.you opportunities to a make sure the.clients well-protected meet potentially.pick up some other policies we haven't.talked to talk about these yet will do.maybe another training down the road on.it jewelry insurance depending on the.coverage if you're talking maybe twenty.to fifty thousand dollars of jewelry.you're looking at maybe somewhere.between two to five hundred dollars a.year have that jewelry scheduled.separately and better coverage okay one.thing that I think is a good way to.start I kind of talk to you guys about.the yuy as I asked how you can position.yourself it's a great question ask me.encouraging in the fact finder up fun if.you didn't have a chance to do that up.front because it can open up the door.you want to open up the door a little.bit in the very beginning hey Tiffany.how you doing great to you know speak.with you today Iran.you know you lots of options here's what.I'm gonna go over with you but before we.get started maybe something like this.before we get started I just want to.make sure I understand other than price.which we know is the most important.thing what else is most important to you.and then you want to shut up and listen.and listen to what they say they may say.coverage they may say the quality of the.carrier they may say service from the.agent they may say a handful of things.okay but that is a great opportunity.because then you could kind of tailor.what their answer is hopefully it is.something that you can do for them in.that and a value added sense okay so you.know I'd encourage you guys you can use.that in any scenario some of you want.here are life health guys some of you.wanna hear Medicare guys I don't care.what it is it's a great question you can.ask you're going over with a Medicare.client hey mister Medicare client you.know before we get into the nitty-gritty.here I just wanna make sure other than.price which I know is most important.what else is next most important.you write great question as kind of.opens that door high level if we look.through the review of the proposal here.you know I would say obviously you'd.want to go over the dwelling you did a.good job on that and you want to kind of.highlight hey this is the pot of money.if your home is destroyed this is what.you're gonna get super important to know.that okay most of these other coverages.are gonna be percentages based upon the.dwelling right so like other structures.is 2% of this personal properties is 50%.lawsy uses 20% okay you kind of hit on.the liability if something happens you.can get sued I would caution what you.can potentially get a lot is the what-if.question what if this what if that what.if this would affect you will have to do.that with you okay you're kind of like.the doctor and a party innkeeper oh hey.you know I've kind of got this mole on.my Mac can you take a look at it for me.and being a little silly with that but.just that idea that he's sort of what if.questions you want to give in talking.high levels you can always give the.disclaimer listen amount of claims.adjuster you know the best of my.knowledge here's what this would look.like you know somebody gets hurt in your.pool you should be covered for that.under the liability okay and then we you.know again replacement cost on contents.this is a big one guys because this is.an area where you would potentially see.people cut okay when I say cut you may.see a lot of proposals where the other.agents are not adding that and what this.means is in the event of a loss your.content so they're gonna buy it for you.brand new they're not going to.depreciate.you know the other way I kind of put it.as the eBay value the eBay value is not.what you want.eBay value is the depreciated amount.means I have a claim I need to buy a new.couch might cost me two grand to buy a.new couch if I don't have replacement.cost on contents they pay me actual cash.value which is the depreciation amount.they may say you know what Doug your.couch is 10 years old it's worth 800.bucks good luck you will see that a ton.out there in general I will say this can.save someone anywhere from maybe two to.four hundred dollars a year much better.to have it I strongly recommend it but.again if we want to look and say you.want to show clients all the little.levers they can pull to potentially.lower premium if they need to that's one.of them okay and.you kind of went into the deductibles.which is good and again here especially.in Florida in other parts of the country.and Sergio you know in California you.may have hurricane or earthquake.deductibles or things like that.important to understand that here we.take 2% of the dwelling so we're gonna.take two percent of that 353 by the way.that's the number they're gonna take two.percent of which is seven thousand.dollars so that means Hurricane Tiffany.comes along and does damage I'm gonna.seven thousand dollar deductible.anything else so a plate breaks and.causes a flood a fire oh by the way what.if there was like a tornado today if.there was wind damage today but it's not.a hurricane it would be under that all.other Carol deductible one thousand.dollars okay and then again we didn't.really get into the end of it but really.what I would just say if you think.through the flow of the call it's you.know a little bit of rapport building.asking an open-ended question like other.than price what's most important to you.going through the coverages a little bit.and then maybe saying something like if.there's no other questions I can get.some info and help get is put in force.for you I can help make it very easy to.get this wrapped up for you at some.level you're transitioning to the.clothes everything you're doing should.be headed towards that direction right.will that be cash or check you know I'm.saying that a little silly in that sense.but that's kind of the idea there so so.good job on that again I encourage you.guys kind of think through do some.practicing either with yourself family.spouse whomever a friend the more.comfortable you get on this the better.off you're going to be the higher.percentage your sales and closing ratios.going to look like so good job on that.overall though guys now I want to get.into I want to get into this it's kind.of some marketing and sales tips and.again we talked a little bit and we're.gonna wrap up I know we're in almost.11:30 but maybe go another five ten.minutes max I'm gonna really wrap up.with some of this for you also and I.want to just share with you I am in the.battle with you guys I am doing the same.stuff I'm doing and try to quote-unquote.practice what I preach and so you know.one of the things I did this week I'm.going to show you this here and I'm.talking about marketing scripts or ideas.to reach out to wheelers mortgage.brokers financial advisers you've heard.me say that okay so I just want to show.you this and I'm going to pull this up.here so so and here's kind of this.scenario and here's what happened now.and I'd also encourage you guys the more.you can kind of plug in locally to.what's going on in your area the better.off you're going to be what do I mean by.that that could be the local Business.Journal Sergio's out in California huge.area I'm sure there's the you know LA.business observer the LA I'm sure.there's a ton of that stuff and a lot of.it you can get free at least online some.of it you know if you want to do the.paper you can do the paper but a lot of.it you can get for free okay.unless he's just putting out here if.anyone wants to practice she kind of.live chat in here you know her number.that's awesome mostly good idea love it.I think that's that's great I would.encourage that so again just kind of.talking through you know thinking about.being plugged into what's going on.locally in the business community and in.the real estate community especially so.here's what I did I get it I get a.publication called the business observer.okay so I'm gonna pull over my screen.you guys can still see my screen here.okay it was as simple as this guys I was.literally having dinner with my family 6.o'clock last Tuesday night you know.we're just kind of wrapping up we did.our devotion we had our dinner and all.that and my wife myself my kids are.playing on the backyard and my wife and.myself were just spend a little time.reading and I had this paper okay I pull.out of this paper this guy here okay and.it says second act not easy content.retirement long time insurance industry.executive risked his essay adventure in.real estate and this guy's name is John.Tomlin and he runs a company now called.Tomlin st. Cyr and basically the article.was nice little article bottom was.basically saying you know this guy he'd.worked for triple-a for years so he may.know triple-a now Sergio it mentioned.Triple A okay worked for Triple A for.years he was an executive kind of climb.ladder retired wanted something to do we.started a real estate company I said oh.well that's cool I took a picture of it.you can see my pretty little thumb right.there okay and if you look close enough.there's my pool stuff for my background.sitting out on my patio I took a picture.of it.I sent John an email the next day maybe.this was Monday night I was sitting on.the porch Monday night so Tuesday at.9:42 a.m. I send John an email I say.John Congrats on the nice write-up in.the business observer with that I don't.say anything else just that okay now.here's the follow-up John replies back.John and myself engage in a little.banter back and forth.okay here's him replying back to me and.now John and myself have a zoom call at.2:00 p.m. today to talk about referring.business and here's my here's my.meanings for today - awesome.John Tomlin Tomlin st. Cyr okay I mean I.can't make this stuff up right now I.don't know where it's gonna go.maybe it will goes well maybe doesn't go.well but here's my point wasn't that.hard didn't take that much so I'll guy.in the paper who doesn't like to say.like congratulations by the way I know I.gave mark the other week a real.producers like there's lots of ways in.areas you can pull this kind of info and.just do something like that and try to.engage in a conversation now I'm meeting.with him at 2 o'clock today great so so.I highly encourage you guys right you.talk about this all the time you know.what are you doing this week what are.you doing today this is not just gonna.happen this is definitely an industry in.business you got to make it happen which.is what I like about it right - - to.kind of prime that pump and generate.some that so that that is one where.again you can pick handful Realtors you.could look some things up online you.could shoot a screenshot of an email or.a website and say hey I saw you got.written up or hey it looks like your top.realtor hey whatever and just see if.you're picking games now here's where.I'll tell you - ok I've done this lots.of times you never hear back right so.this is a lot like fishing.ok you're gonna have to throw some bait.out.and then you're gonna have to see what.comes back not everybody's gonna run at.you and say oh well that's great you.sell insurance I don't know anyone that.does that okay but what I know is this.if you do enough of it you're going to.get some people and here's the cool.thing you really only need a handful of.really good dedicated folks who trust.you know you and like you to send you.business over and over and over and over.and over again we have not a ton but a.few referral partners that to this day.13 years later are sending me businesses.that have literally put tens if not.hundreds of thousands of dollars in my.pocket so that's what I'd really wrap up.with today guys again and thinking about.your business cuz a lot of you are.asking about leads and marketing and.it's always so big it's a great question.ask it is critical right and there are.lots of things I know and told you at.the beginning of the meaning gave me.that that book idea of the 28 days to.get clients down but if you think.through everything you can do and you.just think about all the ways I can get.business alright it write down every way.you think you can get business that.could be direct mail that can be.pay-per-click that could be Facebook.that could be social media that could be.radio billboard cold calling cold.walking you know on and on and on and on.whatever you want to look at and then we.say out of all those leads what are the.best leave the best leads you can get a.period or a referral based business okay.and that's what you really want to think.about you want to grow a referral based.business and we're in an industry where.it goes hand in glove hand hand hand and.glove again some of you guys are in the.life and health space okay and some of.the ideas you may hear in that space are.well you know estate planning and work.with estate planning attorneys can be.true don't get me wrong maybe get some.business from less state planning.attorneys for life insurance or things.like that.but here's the reality I can do a.complicated life estate and my attorney.puts together and I don't have to have.life insurance every time I buy a home I.have to have my learner's that's.powerful and there's a ton of these.people out there so that's my.encouragement to you guys go out do.something do something.and take massive action with it and I.love and want to hear some of your.successes I love to hear Dan's already.minding one for that's great that means.he's going to get an advance deposit.discount this Friday Jimmy I know you're.chomping at the bit bro let's let's.circle back this week - I'd love to hear.from you and I know Tiffany and Leslie.and several other you out there that are.you know God a lot of things coming so.my encouragement you know go take action.after this meeting go get it and if I.can help you in any way guys let me know.I'm here to help our team is here to.help we believe in you we're looking.forward for a great year and big thing.so big duck said y'all have a great day.a blessed week dream big and make it.happen all right.[Music].

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  5. Find the right position on the page, write down the signature, and tick 'Done'.

After following the guide, you can either foward the document or share it to as many recipients as you need.

You will Hit on that CocoSign has made efforts to make your Chrome signing experience as satisying and glad as possible, by adding a wide range of handy features, like merging PDF files, adding multiple signers, and so on.

How to create an electronic signature for the Omb No 1660 0008 Form in Gmail?

Email is the important way to hand over documents lately, and going paperless has a lot of edges, speed being the main one. You can sign a document and have your partner receive it quickly.

Your email recipient is one click away. This simple process can be applied to any agreements that needs a signature: contracts, tax forms, and all kinds of agreements or declarations.

The great thing about CocoSign is that it helps you place your signature online the Omb No 1660 0008 Form in your Gmail, without having any other implements involved. You can do that using the CocoSign Chrome extension. There are only five simple points you need to follow to sign your form right in your Gmail account:

  1. Find the CocoSign extension in the Chrome Web Store, and add on it to your browser.
  2. Log into your Gmail account.
  3. Get to the Inbox and find the email containing the contract you need to sign.
  4. On the sidebar, you will find the button 'Sign'; click it and produce your own e-signature.
  5. Once you tick 'Done,' the signature will be completed, and the signed document will be automatically saved in a draft email generated by the CocoSign system.

Easy was the primary concern behind the efforts made by CocoSign to develop a legal and valid system that can allow you to quit physical signature.

Once you try the system, you will quickly become one of the plenty of satisfied clients who are enjoying the edges of e-signing their documents right from their Gmail account.

How to create an e-signature for the Omb No 1660 0008 Form straight from your smartphone?

Smartphones and tablets are so evolved lately, that you can deploying them for anything what you can do on your laptop and PC. That's why more and more people are operate business from these mobile devices, saving even more time.

It's also a huge benefit work at any where. As long as your internet connection is stable, you can conduct your business in whatever place.

When you need to sign a Omb No 1660 0008 Form, and you're working from home, the CocoSign web application is the answer. Signing and sending a legally binding document will take seconds. Here is what you need to do to sign a document on your cell phone:

  1. Use your browser to go to CocoSign and log in. If you don't already have an account, you need to register.
  2. Hit on the document that needs to be signed on the device and access to it.
  3. Open the document and go to the page to put down your signature.
  4. Tick on 'My Signature'.
  5. Personalize your unique signature, then add on it on the page.
  6. Once you have done, read the written part again, tick 'Done'.

All these points won't take long time duration, and once the document is signed, you decide the next step. You can either download it to the device or share it in an email or using a link.

A significant edge of CocoSign is that it's fitting with any mobile device, regardless of the operating system. It's the ideal alternative, and it flexibles workflow, it's legal.

How to create an e-signature for the Omb No 1660 0008 Form on iOS?

Creating an electronic signature on a device with iOS system is not at all tough. You can sign the Omb No 1660 0008 Form on your iPhone or iPad, using a PDF file. You will Hit on the application CocoSign has created especially for iOS users. Just go to use CocoSign.

These are the elements you need to sign the form right from your iPhone or iPad:

  1. Include the CocoSign app on your iOS device.
  2. Try your email to produce an account, or sign in with Google or Facebook.
  3. Hit on the PDF that needs to be signed on the phone or pull it from the cloud.
  4. Hit on the sector where you want to write down the signature; tick 'Insert initials' and 'Insert signature'.
  5. Insert your initials or signature, place them correctly, and save changes to the document.

After completing, the document is ready for the next step. You can download it to your iPhone and forward it. As long as you have a qualified internet connection, you can sign and send documents quickly.

How to create an electronic signature for the Omb No 1660 0008 Form on Android?

iOS has countless of users, there's no doubt of that, but most cell users have an Android operating system. To satisfy the needs, CocoSign has developed the system, especially for Android users.

You can obtain the app on Play Market, install it, and you should start signing documents. These are the points to sign a form on your Android device:

  1. If you already have a CocoSign account, sign in. If you don't have one yet, you can sign in using Google or Facebook.
  2. Tick on '+' to access to the document you want to sign, from cloud storage or using your camera.
  3. Hit on the sector where the signature must be placed and then use the popup window to insert your signature.
  4. Draw it on the page, confirm, and save the changes.
  5. The final step is to foward the signed document.

To send the signed form, just attach it to an email, and it will reach your others quickly. CocoSign is the best way to sign countless docs every day, all at a low cost. It's time to forget all about signing documents physically and keep it all electronic.

Omb No 1660 0008 Form FAQs

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How can I take my child (16yrs) to the U.S if my immigrant visa is approved? My husband, a US citizen, filled out form I 130 for me and mentioned this child as migrating in future.

Apply for green card and she will get it hopefully before she turns 21. Ask him to apply as citizen. Not sure why he did not apply for both of you at the same time.

Why should it be so complicated just figuring out how much  tax to pay? (record keeping, software, filling out forms . . .  many times cost much more than the amount of  taxes due)  The cost of compliance makes  the U.S. uncompetitive and costs jobs and lowers our standard of living.

Taxes can be viewed as having 4 uses (or purposes) in our (and most) governments: Revenue generation (to pay for public services). Fiscal policy control (e.g., If the government wishes to reduce the money supply in order to reduce the risk of inflation, they can raise interest rates, sell fewer bonds, burn money, or raise taxes. In the last case, this represents excess tax revenue over the actual spending needs of the government). Wealth re-distribution. One argument for this is that the earnings of a country can be perceived as belonging to all of its citizens since the we all have a stake in the resources of the country (natural resources, and intangibles such as culture, good citizenship, civic duties). Without some tax policy complexity, the free market alone does not re-distribute wealth according to this "shared" resources concept. However, this steps into the boundary of Purpose # 4... A way to implement Social Policy (and similar government mandated policies, such as environmental policy, health policy, savings and debt policy, etc.). As Government spending can be use to implement policies (e.g., spending money on public health care, environmental cleanup, education, etc.), it is equivalent to provide tax breaks (income deductions or tax credits) for the private sector to act in certain ways -- e.g., spend money on R&D, pay for their own education or health care, avoid spending money on polluting cars by having a higher sales tax on these cars or offering a credit for trade-ins [ref: Cash for Clunkers]). Uses # 1 & 2 are rather straight-forward, and do not require a complex tax code to implement. Flat income and/or consumption (sales) taxes can easily be manipulated up or down overall for these top 2 uses. Furthermore, there is clarity when these uses are invoked. For spending, we publish a budget. For fiscal policy manipulation, the official economic agency (The Fed) publishes their outlook and agenda. Use # 3 is controversial because there is no Constitutional definition for the appropriate level of wealth re-distribution, and the very concept of wealth re-distribution is considered by some to be inappropriate and unconstitutional. Thus, the goal of wealth re-distribution is pretty much hidden in with the actions and policies of Use #4 (social policy manipulation). Use # 4, however, is where the complexity enters the Taxation system. Policy implementation through taxation (or through spending) occurs via legislation. Legislation (law making) is inherently complex and subject to gross manipulation by special interests during formation and amendments. Legislation is subject to interpretation, is prone to errors (leading to loopholes) and both unintentional or intentional (criminal / fraudulent) avoidance. The record keeping and forms referred to in the question are partially due to the basic formula for calculating taxes (i.e., percentage of income, cost of property, amount of purchase for a sales tax, ...). However, it is the complexity (and associated opportunities for exploitation) of taxation legislation for Use # 4 (Social Policy implementation) that naturally leads to complexity in the reporting requirements for the tax system.

Do elevation certificates expire?

They do not expire but may become obsolete. For example, if the flood map has changed, then the elevation certificate would have to be updated to include the new flood zone and/or base flood elevation. Similarly, if the structure has been changed, the lowest floor elevations may no longer be valid. However if you have an old elevation certificate and neither the property nor the flood map has changed, it remains valid. Oh - there may be some unscrupulous surveyors who will tell you that you have to get it renewed, for a price, when a new edition of the elevation certificate is released. That is incorrect and don’t fall for it.

How much does it cost to get an elevation certificate?

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Do FEMA elevation certificates expire?

They do not expire but may become obsolete. For example, if the flood map has changed, then the elevation certificate would have to be updated to include the new flood zone and/or base flood elevation. Similarly, if the structure has been changed, the lowest floor elevations may no longer be valid. However if you have an old elevation certificate and neither the property nor the flood map has changed, it remains valid. Oh - there may be some unscrupulous surveyors who will tell you that you have to get it renewed, for a price, when a new edition of the elevation certificate is released. That is incorrect and don’t fall for it.

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