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According to research from CSG Actuarial, the Med Supp market shows potential for long-term growth, despite declining enrollments over the last five years.
If you don’t have an option to enroll clients electronically, you might be getting left behind.
Authorized to Offer (A2O) rewards agents who sell Med Supp under the AARP brand name.
Should Medicare Advantage plans be considered competition for the traditional Medicare Supplement producer or an opportunity?
Pending approval of a new application, all Plan N applicants will be subject to normal underwriting requirements for tobacco rates and height/weight rate ups.
Change in the Medicare market is almost certain, and agents who want to thrive selling to seniors must be prepared to learn and adapt when change comes.
Med Supp has always been a great choice for retired seniors, and its appeal for agents as a versatile lead-in for cross-selling is growing stronger than ever.
Are you ready for change?
Who better to offer wisdom on the past, present and future of Medicare than the owner and CEO of SMS himself, Milton M. Kleinberg?
What do you do when someone isn’t ready to buy right now?
Even if you do nothing else online, as a business-owner, you have to have a website. People expect a legitimate, successful business to have a website.
The Health Care Reform bill eliminated the OEP and replaced it with an Annual Disenrollment Period (ADP) that runs from January 1 to February 14.
Now you can go paperless when submitting applications for Mutual's hottest plan. eSignature is available in all states except AK, HI, MA, ND, RI, VT.
Mutual of Omaha and its affiliates United World and United of Omaha are limiting the plan offerings available during CMS defined Guaranteed Issue scenarios.
Here are five things every insurance agent should know about the modernized Med Supp plans and the tactics some carriers employ to get your attention.