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With today’s low interest rates, a single-premium life insurance can better accomplish a client’s goal of passing on money to a loved one than a CD.
Are you bilingual? SMS is seeking bilingual agents to sell Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement.
Mutual of Omaha teams with SMS to give agents selling Med Supp plans a pioneering single-sign-on technology that simplifies the quoting and application process.
Mutual of Omaha has teamed with SMS to offer a pioneering single-sign-on technology that simplifies the Medicare Supplement price quoting and application process.
Independent insurance agents can show consumers numerous carriers' prices for Med Supp insurance plans using their smartphones with SMS' latest innovation.
Agents selling Med Supp insurance plans through SMS now can quote and submit applications online in one simple transaction with some carriers.
The Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period, which replaces the Open Enrollment Period, is an opportunity for beneficiaries to return to original Medicare.
If you think you know the risks to retirement income, think again.
Dr. Pfau and Rex Voegtlin conclude in a new white paper that a balanced portfolio of stocks and bonds has a high probability of failure in today’s environment.
Talk to enough advisors and you’re bound to hear it at some point: seminars are dead. At Senior Market Sales we’ve come up with a better seminar system.
Looking for ways to boost your Medicare Advantage sales in the “off-season?” You may want to take a look at Dual-Eligibles who qualify for Special Needs Plans.
Here’s a quick run-down of the retirement risks your clients face and how they’ve changed over the years.
SMS’ president, Jim Summers, has been named “Underwriter of the Year” by the Nebraska Association of Health Underwriters.
Did you know you can grow your Life insurance business by talking to clients about using Life insurance in the college funding process?
As I think about the millions of Americans who have not been educated on long-term care, I wonder if the title “long-term care” should be stated differently.