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Our National LTC Sales Director, Skip Liddell, was recently interviewed on KFAB radio in Omaha for a show called “Stress Free Retirement.”
Agents selling Med Supp insurance plans through SMS now can quote and submit applications online in one simple transaction with some carriers.
Travel insurance — even for Sochi — is so cheap that it practically sells itself.
Mutual of Omaha has made two enhancements to the Med Supp e-App effective Jan. 25, 2014, making the application process even more convenient for your clients.
From nosebleed $1,800 seats to 50-yard line seats for $19,500, Super Bowl tickets are an investment. When should you insure a prepaid, nonrefundable ticket?
In this week's Underwriting Uncovered, Jason discusses underwriting for mood and anxiety disorders and what questions to ask to assess a tentative rate class.
This week’s Medicare Answers addresses if veterans turning 65 should only use Veteran’s Health Administration instead of Medicare.
With 54% of Americans ringing in 2014 with a financial resolution, make the most of the season by approaching your clients to review their life insurance coverage.
In this week's Underwriting Uncovered, Jason discusses how including a cover letter with life insurance applications can help get your clients covered.
We describe the various tax advantages of LTCi, which vary according to the type of entity that purchases the policy.
This week’s Medicare Answers addresses what the Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period (MADP) is and why it can be so important for some of your clients.
A contributor to Forbes magazine argues in a recent article that Obamacare will fuel consumer demand over time for insurance policies outside of the exchange.
The Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period, which replaces the Open Enrollment Period, is an opportunity for beneficiaries to return to original Medicare.
This week’s Medicare Answers addresses if a Supplement plan covers charges incurred for outpatient mental healthcare.
Mutual of Omaha has made the business decision to reinvest a significant portion of its profits back into their Medicare Supplement business.