Senior Market Insurance Agent Blog

2021 New Horizons State of the Union

January 15, 2021

Welcome to our annual state of the union!  We always say how fast the year goes, but this has been a whopper for us on a lot of different fronts.  For 2020 being a term you use for vision, nobody.

The Best Way to Get Better At Selling Senior Insurance

January 12, 2021

The best way to get better at selling senior insurance products is simple: practice your presentations.

Top 6 Med Supp Carriers of the Year

January 5, 2021

Wow – what a year it has been as we close out 2020 and greet 2021.

2021 Medicare Changes: What Insurance Agents Need to Know

December 28, 2020

Medicare is always changing, and it can be hard to keep up with it all, so we’ve compiled all the major Medicare changes coming for 2021.

The Senior Annuity Market: A 2020 End-of-Year Review

December 28, 2020

I’m Kirk Sarff, director of life insurance and annuity sales here at New Horizons Insurance Marketing. Over the past 17 years, we’ve seen annuity interest rates at competitive highs as well as their.

Is Selling Medicare Lucrative?

December 21, 2020

Most jobs (including the self-employed) have limits on how much a person can earn. Exceptions include professional athletes, movie stars, musicians, and other celebrities. Those types of careers.

Should Financial Advisors Get Into Medicare Sales?

December 14, 2020

Financial advisors may be experts when it comes to investments and estate planning, but what about Medicare?

Tax Implications of Selling Your Insurance Book of Business

December 1, 2020

The one thing that always comes up when we talk about perpetuation planning is taxes.

Want to Expand Your Med Supp Business? Consider These States

November 23, 2020

By Jeff Sams, John Hockaday, and Luke Hockaday Whether you want to get into Med Supp sales or you're considering getting your non-resident license in other states, you want your efforts to really.

What to Do When a Med Supp Client Moves to a New State

November 19, 2020

If you have customers who no longer live in your state, but they would still like you to help them with their coverage, you have three options.