Many insurers offer both six- and twelve-month auto policy terms.
Which should you choose? And why?
This video tells you why we think you should go with the 12-month option almost every time.
- 00:16 : Reduce disruption for your customer
- 00:25 : Avoid midterm home policy cancellations
- 00:37 : Cut your renewal workload in half!
- 00:53 : (Usually) get the year’s commission advanced to you
- 01:12 : ❓ When would you use a 6-month term?
This and other topics are part of Firefly’s Modern Agent program for insurance agents. In it, we show you how you can make your agency:
- ▶️ Easy to find
- ▶️ Easy to buy from and
- ▶️ Easy to work with
Modern Agent Resources
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- How to Know if Firefly is a Good Fit for You
- What Makes me a Good fit for Firefly?
- What if Agents had to go Back to What They Were Doing Before Firefly?
- To fee, or not to fee? That is an Easy Question!
- Are You the Proper Fit for Firefly?
- Carrier Infusion Beats Carrier Appointment Confusion
- Working Without Firefly is Like Eating Soup With a Knife or Fork
- Can I Have my Own P&C Carrier Appointments Outside of Firefly?
- What are Your “What ifs?”
- Insurance Agency Book Ownership
- Agents Give You Advice if You’re Considering Firefly