This is an article from RitterIM’s Agent Survival Guide Published by Chad Houck | Posted 9/29/2017 The 2018 Medicare Marketing Guidelines turned heads by removing the 48-hour Scope of Appointment requirement. Many agents are asking what this means in terms …

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Updated by Agent Survival Guide, a project by Ritter Insurance Marketing, a strategic partner of Stone Hill’s, for Medicare CY2018 Published by Sarah J. Rueppel Life as an agent before Medicare‚Äôs Annual Enrollment Period is a flurry of contracting and …

Do’s and Don’ts of Medicare Compliance Read more »

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JOHN HANCOCK’S ACCUMULATION IUL WITH VITALITY CAN BE A VERY USEFUL BACKSTOP TO HELP PROTECT AGAINST VARIOUS RETIREMENT RISKS. IT ALSO OFFERS INDUSTRY LEADING INCOME EARNING POTENTIAL PLUS VALUABLE REWARDS AND DISCOUNTS FOR HEALTHY LIVING. AND, FOR EVEN GREATER PROTECTION, …

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You can have both Medicare and Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits. However, Medicare and VA benefits do not work together. Medicare does not pay for any care that you receive at a VA facility. In order for Medicare to cover your …

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This post, a video produced by UnitedHealthcare, is one of several posts on military veterans and military retirees and their retirement health plans: VA Health Benefits and Tricare For Life (TFL). Some of the information is specific to UnitedHealth, although …

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