My Background

Sumathy (Sumi) Sugantharaj, LUTCF

 

As a New York Life Agent, I sincerely believe that most people want to do what's right: right for themselves, right for their families, and right for their communities. In fact, that's one of the reasons I joined the company back in 2007. After 24 years of working as an accountant at Nonprofit, hospitality and banking industry, I wanted the opportunity to work somewhere that made it easy for other people to do what was right, and more importantly, made it easy for me do right by them.

You can take comfort in the fact that I have been a proud resident of the Richmond county Staten Island, New York community for 30 years, and therefore have a vested interest in seeing my friends and neighbors succeed. As a loving mother, of two children I have many of the same hopes and aspirations as my clients and am happy to share with you all the resources and information New York Life has to offer.

Depending on your needs, I can introduce you to some proven, dependable ways to help protect your family's lifestyle and future; or prepare for major financial events such as paying for college, saving for retirement, or caring for an aging relative. If you're wondering about my qualifications, you might find it reassuring to know that I am a licensed agent to sell insurance through the New York Life Insurance Company. In addition to my twenty four years of experience, I hold a BA from City University of New York and I am a graduate of New York Life's award-winning training program, NYLIC University, and have been awarded five times Executive Council and qualified as an Aspirant MDRT memberships,

Of course, my background isn't really the one that matters. To be the best possible agent, I've found that getting to know my clients – their hopes, dreams and goals for the future – is the most important step. So if you're looking for someone that's ready to put their expertise and experience to work for you, please let me know.

Neither New York life Insurance Company, not its agents, provides tax, legal or accounting advice. Please consult your own tax, legal, or accounting professionals before making any decisions.

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