The Friday Five for April 3, 2020:
- Some Good News
- CARES Act Stimulus Checks
- Mental Health Minute
- Brothers Cuomo and Mom’s Sauce
- Girl Scouts Cookie Care
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Girl Scouts Cookie Care – Buy or Donate Cookies 🍪
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The Friday Five for March 27, 2020: The coronavirus stimulus package; how to help during the COVID-19 pandemic; Instagram debuts new feature; Zoom lets you video chat for free; new to streaming for April 2020.
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The latest from Ritter’s Blog:
The COVID-19 virus has effectively changed the way the United States operates for the foreseeable future. With business closures and travel restrictions, the potential to harm small businesses like insurance agencies is obvious and potentially devastating. But, with the right combination of planning and flexibility — and a dash of help from your friendly FMO — it doesn’t have to derail your agency’s productivity.
Setting goals is great way to keep your business on track with a clear path ahead. We recommend setting goals at the beginning of each plan year to help you flourish in the year to come.
The COVID-19 virus has effectively changed the way the United States operates for the foreseeable future. A compilation of information from the carriers Ritter supports regarding their capacity to continue operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services have some strict rules on what agents can and cannot say during Medicare sales appointments, but pulling them out of the dense Medicare Communications and Marketing Guidelines (MCMG) can be tough and time-consuming. Here are some examples to help simplify things!
For agents selling Medicare plans, the stereotypical prospect has been someone with graying hair, approaching the age of 65 or already past it, and retired. There have always been those who don’t fit this stereotype; however, lately, you’ve probably noticed more of them.
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