Senior Market Insurance Agent Blog

Top COVID-19 Challenges for Insurance Agents In the Senior Market

February 23, 2021

Widespread vaccine distribution is right around the corner, and the pandemic may come to an end soon. But will COVID-19 ever really be over for agents?

Corny Valentine's Day Cards for Medicare Agents

January 25, 2021

These are the pun-laden Valentine's Day cards you didn't know you needed.

The Ultimate 2021 Tax Deductions Checklist for Independent Insurance Agents

January 18, 2021

Note: This article has been updated from previous tax years. Notable 2020/2021 updates includes the increase to the standard mileage rate and a reminder about COVID-19 legislation. Disclaimer: We are.

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.

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.

Funny Insurance Lingo Everyone In Senior Market Insurance Can Relate To

August 3, 2020

AEP is right around the corner. As we all prepare to get in the game with fantastic events like Medicare Live! and possibly even buying a treadmill for stress relief, I thought it'd be nice to take a.

Level Up: How to Start Building an Insurance Agency

July 28, 2020

If you're a rockstar producer interested in starting an agency, you have a choice: do I want to continue serving clients, or do I want to get into management?

Our Thoughts on Walmart's Medicare Insurance Agency

July 20, 2020

Walmart now has an insurance agency and is hiring Medicare agents to start in August 2020.

A 2020 Mid-Year Update From Jeff Sams

June 29, 2020

Greetings to you, and the best of wishes to you and your family.

How to Use Zoom for Client Video Conferences

April 13, 2020

It's a strange world we're in right now as we navigate through the coronavirus disease pandemic. In the last U.S. Census, 5.2% of U.S. workers worked exclusively from home. Now, millions of Americans.