LEESBURG, VA - This afternoon there was a Magnitude 5.9 earthquake on the east coast. Contrary to news reports, the epicenter was in Leesburg, Virginia directly under the offices of Kestler Financial Group.
According to anonymous sources at the U. S. Geological Survey, the quake was triggered by the delivery of a UPS package filled with annuity applications. "Today was a one of the largest submitted premium days in recent history," said Nikki Toledo, Case Manager at KFG.
According to Jason Kestler, the recent tsunami of business is likely to continue. "We believe there are three things driving the current influx:
- Market volatility is off the charts driving consumers to safe-money havens,
- The recent increase (from 4% to 5%) on the guaranteed minimum death benefit (GMDB) rider, and
- The prospect of lower rates in the near future as a result of continued low bond rates and high volatility."
If you would like to download an executable version of our new RMD Solution
presentation-including the new 5% rider-click here
. We also have an executable brochure
that actually teaches you how to make the sale. (These are large files so please be patient while they download).
Good selling - And watch out for aftershocks!