Financial Services now hiring

The shortest path to financial prosperity is not hard work or big plans.  It is first understanding the rules of the Money Game! We are licensed financial services referral agents.  We work with an independent financial services marketing company as independent agents.  We provide expert financial needs analysis for every family and small business currently in North America.  We do this and then provide professional recommendations to reach those goals. In the ‘information age’ the rules of the money game are no longer a secret of the wealthy.   The financial industry is the biggest industry in the world and is triple the size as the 2nd closes industry, which is real estate.  Bigger than the second and third industries combined.

Additionally, currently financial services is dominantly men in their late 40’s early 50’s, which leaves a tremendous hiring gap.  There is a great need for women in the financial services arena.  “In an era where financial services firms face increasing competition from new market entrants, ever-present regulatory overhead and the challenge of achieving growth in a low interest rate environment, it’s critical to build greater innovation and flexibility into the workforce. A proactive approach to diversity planning will broaden the talent pool and enhance workplace culture to better prepare financial services firms to thrive in the future.” — Nigel Carter, Partner and Global Leader, Financial Services Industry

As you can see, men and women both are encouraged to delve into the financial services industry, however, we are strongly encouraging women especially.  We are trying to educate Americans on the fact that not only is there a need but this particular industry helps answer so many increased questions that plaque most.  Look into your options!!

Longer work hours, higher debt, few raises, horrible bosses, less family time — you can become a business owner regardless of age, ethnicity, background, experience level.  A year from now, will you be in the same place, financially, professionally?  Will you have the same schedule and the same boss?  Just know that you can be a business owner from coast to coast, with a world class education on how money works. You can get your life back, get control of your money, your retirement, you and your families future!
Find the off ramp from corporate America and be free and help all you know to do the same.

We’re hiring folks that want to take control of their own destiny.  Schedule your appointment for more information.

Sindy Moon, Broker, Marketing Director

Eclipse Financial Division


When should you review your insurance policy?

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) suggests that you regularly consider a life insurance policy review to determine if the coverage in your policy is still appropriate for your situation. In fact, most financial advisors and insurance professionals recommend reviewing your life insurance coverage annually.

Reviewing your life insurance policy should be part of your overall financial plan. So when you sit down to check up on things such as your retirement and savings accounts, emergency fund, and even your family budget, it just makes sense to include your life insurance.

If it has been a while since you reviewed your life insurance policy, there’s no time like the present. The following are five tips to better understand when and what to review your policy as your life changes.

  1. Your family status has changed. 

If your family is growing, you’ll most likely need to make some adjustments to your life insurance policy such as increasing your coverage. Keep in mind that if you were to die unexpectedly, your paycheck would stop supporting your family.

2. Your health has changed.

If your health has significantly improved since you took out your life insurance policy, check with your agent about the possibility of getting better rates. Some insurers may be willing to take another look at your overall insurability.

3. Your marital status has changed.

If you got married, you’ll want to discuss with your agent the fact that you and your new spouse may now depend on each other’s income. If you experience a divorce, then you may find that your coverage or policy beneficiaries need to be adjusted.

4. Your beneficiaries have changed.

To dovetail on tip number three, a new marriage could mean updating your life insurance policy to add your new spouse as a beneficiary. In contrast, a divorce may warrant revoking a former spouse.

5. Your housing situation has changed.

Did you buy a new house? Congratulations! But now you need to consider the fact that if you were to die unexpectedly, how would your family continue to pay the mortgage. On the flip side, if you downsized or paid off your home, you may not need as much life insurance coverage.

Just as often as you re-evaluate your auto insurance, homeowners insurance or even cell phone insurance, you should re-evaluate your life insurance to ensure you have the best (and correct) coverage for the least amount of money.

And as a side note, how about reviewing your current investments? Or evaluating whether your current savings plan is preparing you properly for retirement?

Just a few things to consider and keep on your annual TO DO list.

Why continue the INSANITY?

So if the definition of insanity is “doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result” Albert Einstein then working a J.O.B. (Just Over Broke) is insane!

⃝      Wake up, shower and get dressed.

⃝      Drive to a job.

⃝      Work all day doing the exact same thing you do every day.

⃝      Drive home.

⃝      Eat and “unwind” in front of the TV.

⃝      Go to bed, just to get up and repeat the same thing the next day.


A paycheck is the bribe you are given to forget or postpone YOUR dreams while helping others realize theirs.  Never let the flame of your dreams be extinguished by accepting a mundane existence.  Even a dim flicker of a dream can be fanned back to a raging fire of determined progress.  It is not easy to change a pattern in life.  “Ease is a greater threat to progress than hardship” Denzel Washington.

You can force yourself to dedicate one hour everyday toward fulfilling your dream.  Even when you are tired, sick, overwhelmed and frustrated, this one hour must be spent as an investment in YOURSELF.  Within a short period of time before you realize what has happened, you WILL achieve your desired goal (one hour at a time).

You will then have a renewed faith in yourself and your ability.  You will begin to dream even bigger.  Before you realize what has happened, you will be living the life you have always wanted.

Two things are needed:

  1. A dream worth fighting for;
  2. A vehicle (plan) to get your dreams accomplished.

So are you tired of the insanity yet?

Do you have a dream worth fighting for?

What is your current plan?

Once you answer these:


B.Sadler 2020

Empowered Women, Empower Households

Whether single, married, widowed, or divorced, women today seek ways to empower themselves and each other. This is especially true for finances and retirement planning. Women are taking ownership of money matters, asking tough questions, and making the choices that are best for their situations.

Women are financial powerhouses.  In two-parent households, 63 percent of mothers work outside the home – with a majority of that group working full time.

1 . According to a 2015 study, 42 percent of mothers are primary household breadwinners – continuing an upward trend over previous years,

2 . Women are financial decision-makers. Women are the majority in the U.S. and already control about 51 percent of the country’s wealth,

3 . In fact, in a 2014 study of women between 25 and 70 years old, only 4 percent of women indicated they were not involved in financial decisions,

4 . Vast majority of women are likely to manage all household finances.

Between their growing influence in the U.S. workforce, and living longer on average than their male counterparts, 90 percent of all women will be solely responsible for their household’s financial well-being at some point in their life due to singleness, divorce, widowhood, or simply by choice.  These statistics paint a clear picture. And now more than ever, it’s important for women to embrace financial responsibility and be empowered consumers.

Additionally, women are also navigating an industry that just a few decades ago was almost exclusively run by – and dealt primarily with – men. This shift leaves a lot to be explored as women and men approach, think about, and manage money differently.