Jan. 29, 2015

call girlAn enrollment meeting to discuss insurance options can be a high-pressure experience for everyone involved; employees have important decisions to make, enrollers have a limited window to help them make those decisions and employers and brokers are hoping for good results from the enrollments. Recently, Employee Benefit News provided 5 must-haves to help make sure enrolling in life insurance goes smoothly and the advice is applicable for all benefit enrollments.

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Jan. 22, 2015

PC2015_IconLogoTwenty years ago, the cost of a gallon of gas was $1.09, a movie ticket was $2.75, Microsoft launched the first version of Windows and Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got to Do with It” was the album of the year. While certainly technology, prices and popular music have changed a lot in 20 years, one thing that has remained consistent is the Trustmark Producer Conference.

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Jan. 15, 2015
By Dan Johnson, Vice President, Sales and Marketing

coupleMuch of the discussion about life insurance and retirement is focused around the idea of a traditional family; a married couple and their kids living in a single family home. Today, however, that traditional family is becoming less and less the norm. As these demographics shift, the conversation about life insurance and retirement has to shift as well.

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Jan. 8, 2015

122424121In a recent blog article, we took a look at some of the projected industry trends for 2015. We touched briefly on the fact that Critical Illness insurance (CI) is a product that is expected to grow, but a closer look at some of the underlying statistics and trends reveals more on why and how the CI market should take off in 2015.

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Dec. 25, 2014
By Alex Moral, Senior Vice President, Voluntary Benefit Solutions

TMK Holiday Card

Click the image to open our holiday card.

With 2014 coming to a close and the holiday season upon us, we wanted to reflect on another amazing year. Here at Trustmark, 2014 has been a year of growth as we’ve enjoyed developing new business relationships, as well as further strengthening old ones. It’s also been a year of challenges with many new entrants into the voluntary market and a changing insurance landscape due to PPACA. But, even with challenges, we can’t help but find every year rewarding because of the protection we are able to provide for thousands of families when life throws them a curveball.

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Dec. 22, 2014

iPhone Pictures 673(edit)Meet Tricia Mathis, Trustmark Companies’ Work/Life Coordinator. Not only is Tricia a pro at organizing fun perks and activities for Trustmark employees, but she also plays a key role in our charitable activities, such as this year’s Holiday Giving Tree program.

Tricia and her husband, Ted, are parents to two boys; Andrew (11) and Nicholas (8) as well as three cats (Rosie, Ole and Eve). She is an Illinois native through and through having grown up in Lindenhurst, IL, and now living just a few miles away in Lake Villa. When she’s not hard at work at Trustmark, she’s usually with her family watching movies, going to the arcade or playing at the park.

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