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Carriers are leaving the market; others have tightened underwriting, benefits and commissions. Are you ready?
We are hearing everyday from agents asking what is going to happen in 2014.
In Part 2 of our LTC consumer study, we will look at the different reasons why people purchased LTC according to a study by Mutual of Omaha.
Looking to sell a product that is simple, reliable and offers your customers good value for their money?
Last week, Wendy Swanson sat down with Rocky Lin, CFA--Managing Director at Beacon Pointe Wealth Advisors.
Mutual of Omaha recently conducted a study of their current LTC policyholders.
According to an article by Bloomberg Businessweek, Medicare Advantage enrollments were up a record 10% this year as lower premiums enticed people to sign up.
Several states have what is sometimes known as a filial responsibility law, which obliges adult children to pay for their parents’ medical & nursing-home care.
Your customers now want you to add one more responsibility, one more layer of expertise, to your practice: Medicare advisor.
According to a report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO), Medicare is wasting $8.35 billion on its quality bonus demonstration project.
A hot topic in Medicare is Provider Collaboration—basically, insurance companies & health care providers working together to improve care while lowering costs.
Both indexed annuity and indexed life set record sales in 2011.
The state of Florida recently enacted legislation that affects one of the basic estate planning documents — the power of attorney.
The Treasury Department proposed several new regulations to make it easier for middle-class retirees to convert money in their 401(k) into an annuity.
Dr. Rhonda Randall, chief medical officer of UnitedHealthcare Medicare & Retirement, gives tips to help MA enrollees improve their health and maximize coverage.