Chief Executive Officer and President, Life Division
In addition to overall leadership for the SelectQuote Insurance Services Organization, Tim continues his role as President of the Life insurance division. Prior to SelectQuote, Tim served as CEO of Spring Venture Group(SVG), a high-growth, direct-to-consumer insurance brokerage for health, auto, home and life insurance. Through Tim's leadership, SVG produced multi-million dollar revenue and profitability growth. Tim has also held several leadership positions in business development, corporate finance, sales management and international business for both Sprint and Cerner Corporation. In 2012, he was honored as part of Ingram's Magazine "Forty Under 40". Tim earned his BS from the University of Missouri and his MBA from the University of Kansas.
Chief Financial Officer
Prior to coming to SelectQuote, Raffaele served as the Senior Vice President of Finance for Financial Engines, the largest independent registered investment advisor in the U.S. He led the sale of The Mutual Fund Store, where he was CFO, to Financial Engines and was responsible for managing the integration of the acquisition. Raffaele was also the CFO of Adknowledge, one of the largest digital advertising companies in the U.S. and CFO of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. He has significant experience in corporate finance, including managing more than 50 acquisitions valued at more than $13 billion, raising more than $7 billion in capital through debt and equity offerings, creating stand-alone finance functions from carve-outs of larger public companies and executing both growth initiatives as well as operational efficiencies to drive profitability. He started his career as an investment banker at Schroder & Co. He is an honors graduate in Management of the London School of Economics.
President, Senior Division
Before Joining the team in 2010, William(Bill) served as the Vice President of Sales for LabOne. In 2013 he was honored as part of Ingram's Magazine "Forty Under 40."
William Grant III served as Vice President of Sales for LabOne from 2001 to 2005. While at LabOne, revenues increased from $170 million to more than $500 million and earnings increased from $10 million to $75 million. William was instrumental in both product development and organic growth initiatives in the clinical division. Prior to his role as Vice President, William served in numerous sales positions at LabOne from 1998-2001. William Grant III received a Bachelor's degree in History from the University of Kansas.
President, Auto and Home Division
Matt joined SelectQuote in 2017. He came from Sprint where he served in a variety of leadership roles within marketing. finance and sales. Matt's last role at Sprint was the Vice President of National Retail responsible for Sprint's sales through large national channel partners including Best Buy, WalMart, Target, RadioShack, Costco and Sam's Club. Prior to Sprint, Matt worked as a consultant with Arthur Andersen and Bain & Company. Matt earned his bachelor of business administration from the University of Notre Dame and his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Term life insurance is the most affordable way to protect your family's financial security if something happens to you.
Men and women in excellent health in their mid 30s and 40s can buy $100,000+ of term life insurance for under a dollar a day.
You can buy term life insurance for 10, 15, 20, or 30 years — however long you need it.
In most cases, term life insurance proceeds are tax-free. Consult with your tax advisor if you have any questions.
Term life insurance is the most affordable — and flexible — Life insurance product available. Why? Because term life insurance provides a specific death benefit amount for a duration — or term — chosen by the policyholder. Once a 10-, 15-, 20-, or 30-year term is selected, the coverage and premium amounts remain the same for the life of the policy. So rather than paying a monthly premium for the rest of your life, you can simply buy coverage for however long you need it — usually until your children are grown and out of the house.
Life insurance is a personal affair. Standard formulas such as buying coverage equal to eight, nine or ten times your annual income are inadequate shortcuts. Online calculators can provide a general guide, but it doesn't make sense to say that someone with four young children should have the same amount of coverage as empty nesters with no mortgage and a substantial retirement fund. Other items to consider:
The time factor. Figure out how many years you'll need to be covered.
Final expenses. Determine the total cost of your funeral, burial and related expenses.
Mortgages and other debts. Tally your mortgage balance, car loans, student loans, and any other major expenses.
Education expenses. This calculation can be tricky because you need to consider the cost of a college education at the time your kids will enroll, as opposed to what it would cost today. Hint: It will be more expensive.
Income replacement. Once you cover funeral expenses, debts and education, you need to determine the amount of income required for your family members to sustain their current lifestyle.
A conversation with an experienced agent can provide the guidance you need.
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