Attention Med Supp agents in Indiana! We do a lot of business out of Indiana and decided to share the best carriers as we head into the second quarter of 2020.
I feel like it's a great time to talk about our 2020 lineup of fantastic Medicare Supplement companies. New Horizons has over 30 companies and we are expanding our footprint in the United States.
Accendo Insurance Company (ACC), part of the CVS Health family of companies and an Aetna affiliate, released a new Medicare Supplement product effective March 13, 2020.
Ahh, underwriting. The bane of many an independent insurance agent's existence. While many of us struggle to place tough cases as we bury our noses in underwriting guides, there are underwriters out.
While Plan F isn't being discontinued, it won't be available to people who are newly eligible for Medicare after January 1, 2020. This change has been a long time coming, since Congress first signed.
Medicare Supplement e-Apps can be intimidating at first, but there are so many perks to them... they're becoming hard to ignore.
The Capitol Life Medicare Supplement has taken off in 10 states, including Michigan, Texas, and North Carolina. New states are constantly rolling out, and as of October 30th, it’s available in.
Capitol Life's electronic Medicare Supplement application is easy to use, and it's much more convenient than writing a paper app – not to mention the red, yellow, and green underwriting decision.
As we gear up for AEP, I wanted to quickly share my favorite Medicare Supplement carriers. My perspective is as a personal producer, so I'm hoping that my take on these two carriers will be useful.
Back in 2015, we published our first article about planning for AEP – it was called Planning for the Open Enrollment Period. In this short pep talk, I encouraged all of our agents to offer ancillary.