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Since 1910, National Guardian Life Insurance Company has consistently been rated one of America's most successful, independent mutual life insurance companies.
United of Omaha is a Mutual of Omaha company that offers final expense solutions. For more than a century, United of Omaha has been committed to helping their customers through life’s transitions by providing an array of insurance products. They are a financially strong, family-oriented company based in the heart of America, with solid, unflinching values.
The Sales Forum features a combination of main stage and breakout sessions delivered by industry experts, top producers and representatives from our carrier sponsors.
The LTC market has changed dramatically in the past 8-9 years, with one exception. OneAmerica's Asset Care and Annuity Care plans are basically the same as they were when they were creatad, which most importantly includes guaranteed rates. Clients never have to worry about a rate increase.
For over 125 years, Assurity has been dedicated to protecting the financial security of their policyholders. They have been able to keep their promises because of their strong financial position and the commitment of their associates to their mission of helping people through difficult times.
Humana has announced important certification information for 2017 plan year.
The Global Accident Protection 24/7 plans are no longer able to provide accident death benefits for travel within the policy holder’s permanent home country.
Genworth offers two webinars on several dates to learn more: Underwriting Changes and General Information on Element.
Protect yourself and your clients with HIPAA-compliant secure email solutions.
Continental Life Insurance Company (CLI), an Aetna company, has added a new ancillary product line called recovery care.
Asset-Care IV gives your clients options to fit them while helping them prepare for LTC costs and providing value even if they never need LTC benefits.
SeniorMarketSales.com gets a new look and added functionality.
You've taken the time to create a specific LTC solution for your client and gone through the sales process, but then receive a decline notice. Now what?