The Friday Five for April 17, 2020:
- Some (More) Good News from John Krasinski
- Google and Apple Team Up for COVID-19 Tracking App
- Make Your Teams and Zoom Calls More Fun (Or At Least Less Messy)
- Stimulus Check Scams – Here’s What to Watch For
- State Rules for Selling Insurance During Coronavirus Pandemic
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Craig Ritter, president of Ritter Insurance Marketing, once again gave his annual State of the Senior Market address, but this year, with a little twist. Rather than one long webinar, his address was broken into a four-part video series. We took the highlights from each episode and put them all in one place - this article!
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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!
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