Tag: Medicare supplement insurance

Helping Seniors with Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans

The Greying of America, a transition period, began in 2000. Statistics show that the American population is aging. In 2000 there were 35 million Americans aged 65 and older, an increase of 12 percent from 1990. Close to one-half of

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Making Sure Medicare Supplement Leads Are Genuine Before Purchasing

Medicare supplements are a hot commodity in a greying America, but getting in touch with those who actually want them can be trickier than one would imagine. Medicare supplement leads, whether they are exclusive or not, require some fact checking

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Medicare Supplement Leads Come in Many Forms

Medicare supplement insurance is popular for a variety of reasons, but chiefly because it saves American seniors a decent amount of money every year. Today, a career in the insurance industry is a wise choice, particularly if you sell Medicare

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Work Hard or Work Smart? Life Insurance Leads Can Be Found Anywhere.

Working hard does not necessarily mean working smart. If you have been in the insurance business for any length of time, you have likely learned there is an enormous difference between working hard and working smart – but that the

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Social media is a good communications vehicle, but don’t overuse it on your group insurance leads

Yes, it’s true. There is such a thing as “too much” social media interaction.  Think TV commercials. If you’ve ever watched a great show on Hulu and had it interrupted every ten minutes with the same commercial, over and over,

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Let a Medicare Insurance Agent Sort Through Options to Answer Questions

Turning 65 is a landmark in many ways. Having Medicare is another major difference. “You’d think that with the number of people turning 65 in the nation that they would be aware of what they need to do to get

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Medicare Enrollment Starts Three Months Before a Person Turns 65

It’s a good idea to know when to apply for Medicare. It saves the hassle of scrambling later. “If you are not getting Social Security benefits, then before you turn 65, you need to apply for Medicare. It is not,

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Hospices Now the Target of Medicare Fraud

In a world gone mad with greed, hospices are now the target of Medicare fraud. Claims are being made for people who are not dying. Most people associate hospices with caring, quite, dignified palliative care for those who need assistance

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The Medicare Run Down for 2010

With all the new changes in Medicare, it’s hard to keep track of what was then and what is now. This article should help you. Anytime something changes, whether it’s how your bank processes your checks or when your health

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The Most Contentious Issue in the Proposed Health Care Legislation

If you’ve been wondering about the so-called “public option” relating to health insurance companies – there is no public option listed in the Senate bill, but there is one in the House bill which features non-profit health insurance cooperatives that

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