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Be Your Own Boss:
Become an AmeriPlan Benefits Consultant


AmeriPlan recruits independent benefits consultants to sell AmeriPlan memberships (Dental Plus or Deluxe Plus), as well as to recruit other new independent benefits consultants. The independent benefits consultants pay to be able to join the AmeriPlan team and take part in this money-making opportunity. These people can work from home with their kids by their side, follow their own hours, work as much as they want to, and be their own boss. Becoming an independent benefits consultant means that you are running your own small business.

How do you make money as an independent benefits consultant?

All income as a benefits consultant is based on commission. The amount you make is completely based on results. You can make money in two different way. The first way is by selling memberships (again, Dental Plus or Deluxe Plus). The second way is by recruiting other people to become new AmeriPlan independent benefits consultants.

How much do you make from selling Dental Plus or Deluxe Plus Memberships?

Your cut is 40% of the monthly cost of whichever membership was sold. This includes residual income.

What is residual income?

As long a member who you sold a membership to keeps their AmeriPlan membership (which means that member needs to keep paying the monthly fee), you keep receiving 40% of that monthly fee they pay every month. You keep receiving payments as long as they keep their AmeriPlan membership (as long as your business remains in good standing).

As an example, suppose you sell someone a Deluxe Plus Membership, which costs $39.95 per month. If that person keeps that membership for 2 years, then you will keep receiving your 40% cut every month for those 2 years. This means that you will have made $383.52 over those 2 years from just that single membership.

As another example, suppose you are able to sell 20 new Dental Plus ($24.95 per month) memberships every month for an entire year. By the last month of the year (assuming everyone you sold to in prior months kept their memberships all year), you will be receiving income from the 240 new Dental Plus memberships you sold that year, which amounts to a monthly income of $2,395.20 for that last month, just based on only those new memberships.

How much do you make from recruiting a new person to become an independent benefits consultant?

That depends on what "Jump Start" level the new recruit chooses. More on that below.

How much do you need to pay to start up?

That depends on what "Jump Start" level you choose.

What are the different "Jump Start" levels?

You can view the different Jump Start levels that are currently available and their current costs at this link. Levels that are commonly available are the Special Jump Start, the Regular Jump Start, the Super Jump Start, and the Ultimate Jump Start. The Jump Start levels are subject to change as there are other Jump Start packages that are offered occasionally.

What are the differences between the Jump Start levels?

They all include the online training, a "back office" site, downloadable brochures, flyers, and forms, video prospecting tools, and more. The differences between them are the number of pre-purchased Deluxe Plus memberships and the amount of "Free" Deluxe Plus inventory you receive. I don't know what these are used for yet, but I will report that here when I do.

Again, how much do you make from enrolling a new benefits consultant?

Currently, you get $100 if your recruit chooses the Special Jump Start, $200 if he/she chooses the Regular Jump Start, $400 if he/she chooses the Super Jump Start, and $600 if he/she chooses the Ultimate Jump Start.

You can also make extra money by achieving various bonuses that are offered.

Your enrollment as a Benefits Consultant includes paying for the Deluxe Plus Membership. Are you stuck paying this every month?

Once you sell 4 memberships the monthly fee for the Deluxe Plus Plan is waived and you get it for free!

What other costs are involved when you become a benefits consultant?

There is a $30 annual fee to remain a benefits consultant. This is waived when you first sign up for your first year, so this fee applies starting with your second year. No other costs are absolutely required. However, there are costs for things that are optional.

As part of your training, you will be told about the FocalPoint system, which helps you organize and follow up with potential leads. If you sign up, it is free for the first month, but then it costs a monthly fee (currently $17.95 per month).

I chose to get a new phone that would purely be a business phone, so the cost of the phone and the monthly fee are business costs for me. Additionally, I chose to make this website for my business. Acquiring a domain name and web hosting for this website (from 1&1 IONOS) is a small additional cost for me. You do not have to do any of this, but these are just examples of things that I chose to do.

One way to promote your business locally is to print flyers. The costs involved there would be the paper and the ink (as well as the gas driving around).

A lot of your business can be promoted on Facebook. A Facebook account and business page(s) are free. There are plenty of groups that you can join on Facebook that will allow you to get the word out for free. There's also the Facebook Marketplace, where you can post a free ad. You are encouraged to advertise your business in ways that don't cost you anything. However, be advised that once you create a Facebook business page, you'll find that Facebook constantly offers to "boost" a business post so that it reaches more people. If you want to do this (and you by no means have to -- I never have done so), it will cost money.

I will post anything else I come across on here when it happens.

How can I learn more?

If you have questions about becoming a benefits consultant, feel free to get in touch with me through e-mail, Facebook, or text/call me at (414) 366-8309. You can also find more information online at

How do I sign up to become a benefits consultant?

You can sign up to start your career as an independent benefits consultant here:

Sign up to become a Benefits Consultant!

Click on the orange "Enroll Now" button that's underneath your selected Jump Start choice. Once you do so, you will be prompted to enter your name, address (street, city, state, and zip code), e-mail address, phone number, birth date, and gender. These are all required fields. Once you have entered your information, you can click on the orange "Continue" button.

Next, you will come to a screen where you can review your Jump Start choice and your personal member information. Since the Jump Start also includes enrollment in the Deluxe Plus Membership Plan, you need to add any members of your household to the plan. If you have other people in your household who you would like covered, click on the "Add Household" button. All members of your household are included in the monthly fee, so there is no additional cost to do this. Once you click on "Add Household", you will be brought to a screen where you add a household member's name, birth date, and gender. Once you have entered this information, click on the orange "Submit" button. After one household member's information has been submitted, click on the orange "Add Household" button if there are more household members to add, and repeat the process. When you're done adding household members, click on the "Click Here After All Household Members Are Added" link.

After you have finished adding household members, you will be brought back to the screen where you can review your plan choice, personal member information, and household member information. Make any changes if necessary. Remember to check the box that indicates you agree to the terms and conditions of the Member Agreement, and also to check the box that indicates that you agree to the terms and conditions of the Independent Owner. Then, click on the orange "Secure Checkout" button.

You must pay with a credit card at the secure checkout. You will need to enter the card holder name, the card number, the expiration date (month and year), the zip code, and the CCV number (this is a 3-digit number on the back of your VISA, MasterCard, or Discover card, or a 4-digit number on the front of your American Express card). When all the information has been entered, you can click on the orange "Submit" button.