A Commentary on Agents & Brokers by Paul Carroll

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Insurance Thought Leadership - Oct 20, 2021

“The report of my death was an exaggeration,” Mark Twain wrote to a newspaper editor in 1897 to squelch rumors that he had lost all his money and died. And agents and brokers might well have said the same thing for many years now.  Certainly, since I g...

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