The Enrollment Periods for Part B

There are limited enrollment periods each year when you can apply for Part B. Part B insures 80% of the approved amounts for these fees after payment of the yearly deductible. Part B demands a monthly fee. Enrollment is optional. In most cases, a late entry penalty will apply to your prize if you postpone enrollment […]

Older people and Medicare Advantage Coverage

Older people will lose their coverage and return to Original Medicare and buy a traditional Medicare supplement. It is believed that health reform will have a very positive impact on Medicare supplement sales in the coming years. Beginning in 2011, federal payments to Medicare Advantage plans were projected to substantially reduce and cuts will continue for […]

The donut hole and Part D Drug Plan

Switching companies for Medicare part D plans out of the donut hole achieves nothing. The donut hole goes wherever you go. However, it starts over every year. So if you came in last year and had to pay a lot for your drugs by the end of the year, you will do so this year […]

Cross-Selling Final Expenses

Cross-Selling Final Expenses The cost of final mailing costs will be $ 300 to $ 600 for every 1,000 pieces shipped. At this price, an agent would not take long to go bankrupt if he didn’t make sales. For years, agents have sent these contacts to low-income people in the hope of receiving a large […]

Baby Boomers Take the Digital World

Baby Boomers Take the Digital World Older people hear a lot about “gaps” today. There is the Medicare gap (which often leads to the need for Medicare supplemental insurance coverage), the employment gap (older people who want to stay in the workplace often find it harder to do so), and there is the gap in […]