The Friday Five for May 28, 2021:
- New CMS Admin Confirmed
- State of Medicare Advantage 2021
- Retirement Bill Reintroduced
- Noom Hopes to Expand
- Facebook, Instagram New Feature
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Articles to Share with Your Clients:
Each year, the Social Security cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) tweaks how much you receive in your benefit. For 2022, experts are predicting the largest COLA increase in over a decade.
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We've all dealt with deductibles before, in all sorts of insurance plans. They're so common that many people and plans don’t easily explain what they are and how they influence your coverage. We're answering so you don't have to ask – what are Medicare deductibles?
The latest from Ritter’s Blog:
In a world where social distancing has become the norm, we’ve all turned to social media to stay connected with others. Why not advertise Medicare on social media and grow your insurance business digitally?
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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