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You can insure any prepaid nonrefundable trip cost (even the ones you’ve booked yourself) out on the open travel insurance market.
A new SMS white paper finds that financial and insurance professionals should make Medicare and Social Security the foundation of retirement planning.
Rather than entitlements that don’t need strategy and planning, advisors should view Medicare and Social Security as the foundation of retirement planning.
More than 100 agents and advisors from all the over the country were in Omaha for the fourth annual Sales Forum held June 10 – 12, 2015.
In this webinar, SMS’ Jon Summers showed how the top advisors in the industry are positioning indexed annuities within their practice.
Nationwide® launched an enhanced suite of New Heights® fixed indexed annuities.
A recent report from the Middle Class Task Force named annuities as one of the tools that give Americans a better shot at a more secure retirement.
A recent survey conducted for the US Travel Insurance Association (UStiA) spells opportunity for Travel Insurance Center’s affiliates.
In this third of eight webinars, we cover the one question you need to ask to sell more final expense to your prospects and how National Guardian Life’s products answer that question.
SMS' Wendy Swanson discusses key strategies for Social Security presentations.
Dwane McFerrin, SMS' vice president of Medicare Solutions and chair of the NAHU Medicare Advisory Group, addressed the main assembly at this year's Capitol Conference in Washington, D.C.
UnitedHealthcare announced that full commission rates will be paid in CA for certain AARP Med Supp plans due to the CA Open Enrollment "Birthday Rule."
Life insurance from Ameritas with the Care4Life Acceleration rider may help with the financial strains of growing older and needing assistance due to illness.
Get a run-through of the basic considerations for planning an event, and a few helpful resource documents to help you get started and stay compliant throughout.
The GeoBlue Trekker series of annual multi-trip medical protection plans took both a price increase and an age bracket adjustment on March 1.