Expanding MA Coverage – A Cross Selling Guide to HIP

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Jun 19
Covering Hospital Stays When reviewing Medicare Advantage plans with your clients, usually one of the largest co-payments will be in-patient hospitalizations. Rather than gloss over the co-payments, you can offer your clients the ability to cover the co-payment with the addition of a “hospital benefit”, or a hospital indemnity plan

FREE Training & Education Opportunities with SMS

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Jun 06
As the National FMO recognized in the senior insurance industry as ‘the training FMO’ we know how important it is to stay on top of information in this business. We also know how time consuming it is. It’s also a challenge to train new employees and staff to a level of understanding

Men’s Health Month Media Kit

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Jun 01
June is National Men’s Health Month. The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. Did you know that one man in five dies before the age of 65? Or that men

Book of Business Transfer Tips

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May 18
Transferring or selling a book of business can be tricky and time consuming. Our Contracting experts at Senior Marketing Specialists got together in a collaborative effort with our Sales Strategy Directors to come up with pertinent information and tips to help keep the process as simple and issue free as

Cobra Quick Reference Sheet for Medicare Agents

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Apr 24
What is COBRA? COBRA allows employees who are leaving or were let go (other than gross misconduct) from group / employer coverage to continue their insurance coverage.   How much will the premium be? COBRA premiums cannot exceed 102% of the premium for similarly situated individuals.   How long does