Integrity Marketing Group, a leading distributor of life and health insurance, and provider of wealth management and retirement planning solutions, announced it has partnered with New Benefits & Financial Services, an independent marketing organization headquartered near Chicago, Illinois, and led by Everett Foney. Financial details of the partnership were not disclosed.

Treating seniors and veterans with respect and compassion is paramount for New Benefits & Financial Services. Under Foney’s leadership, New Benefits & Financial Services has rapidly grown to become one of the most respected IMOs in the greater Chicago area, serving thousands of seniors often in underserved markets. With a team mentality and a commitment to building trust within their community, Foney and his agents come together to educate consumers about Medicare resources and connect them to the best plan for their needs.

“Everett is a leader with a servant’s heart who is compelled to protect the health of those in his community — he has the utmost love and compassion for the communities he serves and a talent for bringing out the best in those around him,” shared Bryan W. Adams, Co-Founder and CEO of Integrity. “The New Benefits & Financial Services team have built an indisputable reputation for acting with integrity in all situations, which makes them entirely the type of leaders Integrity was built to support. Now, Everett and his team can take full advantage of Integrity’s groundbreaking technology and comprehensive resources to augment the way they serve and connect with their clients more holistically. New Benefits & Financial Services will be an amazing asset to the Integrity family and we welcome Everett and his team!”

“It’s our privilege to help those we serve navigate Medicare and find a plan and services that improve their quality of life,” explained Everett Foney, President of New Benefits & Financial Services. “Integrity and New Benefits & Financial Services are aligned in our vision of helping seniors gain peace of mind and retire with dignity.

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