The Friday Five for May 7, 2021:
- KFF Numbers on Healthcare Gross Margins
- Prescription Drug Pricing Reform
- Keep Going with SMART Goals
- FCC Discount on Broadband Bills
- Ritter’s State of the Senior Market 2021
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Becoming an insurance agent is a big decision. If you're thinking about joining the insurance industry, this is the episode for you! We weigh the pros and cons of selling insurance, so you'll have a better idea of what you're getting yourself into before you take that leap.
Think your clients know all the costs associated with retirement? Learn more about the true cost of Long-Term Care so you can pass that knowledge – and peace of mind! – on to your clients.
Articles to Share with Your Clients:
Allergies are very common and can be a real drain on your quality of life. In worst cases, they can even be deadly. How can you go about life dealing with allergies?
You've gotten your second shot of the COVID vaccine (or first if it was Johnson & Johnson). What are some things that are important to do after you've gotten the COVID vaccine?
Sadness is a common emotion we all feel at some point, and often our response is to try to move on as quickly as possible. However, evidence points toward the importance of accepting your sadness and working through it.
The latest from Ritter’s Blog:
If you’re considering selling dental, vision, and hearing (DVH) plans, where would you find leads? You might be surprised to learn that your DVH prospects could already be in your Medicare book of business!
As an agent, you want to make sure your clients are getting the most out of their coverage. This means informing them of all the benefits their plans offer.
Although many agents and insurers market Medicare toward senior citizens, they aren’t the only people covered by this government program. In fact, more than eight million Medicare recipients are under the age of 65.
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