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The latest from Ritter’s Blog:
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.
You may enjoy selling Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, and Part D plans because you like helping others, but you and your family may also depend on the commissions your insurance career or side hustle provides.
The standard monthly Part B premium cost for beneficiaries in 2020 is $144.60. Wouldn’t it be nice if your clients could get some of that money back? Good news, this is a possibility!
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