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What FAM opportunities do you offer for new agents? And for new IC's with your agency?
Asked by Monique McIntyre on July 2, 2019 in Programs

There are lots of FAM opportunities for agents! We host a couple of Travel Quest Network FAM trips each year plus all the FAM's vendors offer.

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I'm seriously interested in your agency and what to know what the on boarding process entails for a new agent?
Asked by Monique McIntyre on July 2, 2019 in General

Hi Monique. To join Travel Quest Network we require a phone consultation, a registered business name, and an EIN number. Once an agent joins we have a welcome email with trainings we recommend and a handful of logins for the top used vendors!

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I like that you don't charge an annual fee, but how is commission figured out for a new IC?
Asked by Monique McIntyre on July 1, 2019 in Pricing

Hi Monique. You can actually select which commission plan you want! We offer our Jumpstart (60-70%), Pro 80 (80%), or Pro90 (90%).

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How do you figure out what specific amount for a startup fee is charged for a particular IC?
Asked by Monique McIntyre on July 1, 2019 in Pricing

Hello Monique. There is a one time start up fee of $199. This fee is waived if an agent is joining with previous experience and sales over $500,000/year!

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Question is regarding E&O insurance. I understand you provide this. Does that mean I can be a sole proprietor or is it still best to become a LLC?
Asked by Tonya Schettner on July 1, 2019 in General

Hi Tonya! You can choose how to you want to register your business. We accept all the types so you can select which best fits you and your business. You are covered under our E&O insurance but we also recommend getting your own. It is generally a smaller policy and custom fit then to your company.

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