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Here’s a quick run-down of the retirement risks your clients face and how they’ve changed over the years.
This week’s question deals with the PPACA and the effect it has on the purchase of a standard Medicare Supplement plan.
SMS Chief Technology Officer Hershel Kleinberg gives an in-depth review of Windows 8 tablets to help inform your buying decision.
The CBO projects that Medicare and Medicaid spending will grow from less than five percent of GDP today to nearly double in just the next 10 years.
SMS’ president, Jim Summers, has been named “Underwriter of the Year” by the Nebraska Association of Health Underwriters.
This week’s question deals with policy extension requirements in a birthday rule state.
On May 1, 2013, CMS addressed the role of agents and brokers in the health care exchanges.
Indexed Guaranteed Universal Life offers your clients the flexibility and opportunity for cash accumulation.
Medicare recently released a 1,424 page rule telling Medicare hospitals what they will get paid in 2014.
A customer asks: I have pre-existing medical conditions and want coverage for emergency medical and medical evacuation, but not trip cancellation. Can you help?
Hundreds of SMS agents have been successful in enrolling their Medicare Supplement cases online using Mutual of Omaha's e-App process.
Did you know you can grow your Life insurance business by talking to clients about using Life insurance in the college funding process?
This week's Ask Roger answers the question whether the sequestration order is affecting Medicare.
Three questions your clients have about LTC.
The industry breathed a big sigh of relief when CMS announced that instead of a 2.2% cut, it was instead increasing reimbursement rates for MA plans by 3.3%!