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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.
SMS’ Dwane McFerrin recently addressed a question about EOB's showing Medicare paying 78%, instead of 80% of a claim.
This week's Medicare Answers addresses a question about EOB's showing Medicare paying 78%, instead of 80% of a claim.
Bill Kauffman, Director of Life and Annuity products at Senior Market Sales, explains today's re-made private pension model.
Sixty-seven agents from across the country visited Omaha June 11 to 13 for one of SMS' premiere annual events.
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.
Understand the difference between "admitted as an inpatient" and "held for observation."
The most basic yet sound investing advice you’ll ever hear is buy low, sell high. It’s difficult to do, and all but impossible with an indexed annuity — until now.
With today’s low interest rates, a single-premium life insurance can better accomplish a client’s goal of passing on money to a loved one than a CD.
This week’s Medicare Answers addresses eligibility for Plan A and B if a client keeps his retirement PPO plan.
If your senior clients aren't using an IRA for income and plan to leave it to a loved one, that gift is 100 percent taxable.
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.
Learn how permanent life insurance can help clients leave more money to children or grandchildren and drive your sales higher.
To help you sort through the myriad plans offered by Travel Insurance Center, we’ve compiled the best-sellers by category for the first quarter of 2014.
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.