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An under-65 prospective client lost Medicaid. She does not like the MA plan she's on. Can she change to a Med Supp plan?
Do clients on hospice care need Part D prescription plans?
Uncover two possible cross-sell opportunities from Medico by asking two simple questions at your Medicare appointments.
The Mutual of Omaha e-App now allows for three methods of signing: electronic, voice and wet.
CMS has released the new Medicare premiums and deductibles that will take effect in 2015.
Medicare Answers: Would Rx coverage restart with a new carrier or continue from where it was with the old carrier if an MA plan is switched to a Med Supp plan?
The percentage of Mutual of Omaha Medicare Supplement applications submitted by SMS agents jumped from 11 percent in January 2011 to 30 percent in January 2014.
This week’s Medicare Answers addresses whether a couple currently enrolled in Part A can enroll in Part B without having to pay a penalty.
This week’s Medicare Answers addresses eligibility for Plan A and B if a client keeps his retirement PPO plan.
This week’s Medicare Answers addresses whether a person over 65 with a Health Savings Account (HSA) plan who does not take Part A would be penalized when later enrolling in Plan A or B.
Cigna has three ways of submitting business, allowing you to write in any situation and making it easier than ever to do business with Cigna Supplemental Benefits.
Are you bilingual? SMS is seeking bilingual agents to sell Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement.
This week’s Medicare Answers addresses whether a spouse of a naturalized citizen can receive Medicare benefits.
Why should you do business with Mutual of Omaha? Here are just a few reason to sell Medicare Supplement for one of the most recognized carriers.
According to CSG Actuarial, Medicare Supplement and Medicare Advantage are projected to grow almost 60% and 20% respectively over the next decade.