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The annual election period for Medicare is over. This can be a relief for agents who finally have time to breathe, but it can also be a source of anxiety. For many agents, AEP is the most productive time of the year by far. In fact, the rest of the year can be downright slow. The scarcity of work – and of commissions – can be scary.
As AEP winds down, we want to be sure you're ready for the new Open Enrollment Period (OEP) beginning on January 1. Below, you'll find everything you need to know to succeed.
The midterm elections are over – but much remains to be seen. Now it’s time to figure out what the election results might mean for the future of Medicare.
Make this year’s Medicare Annual Election Period the best ever. If you really want to get noticed, your promotional plans should include social media, especially Facebook.
Many Medicare beneficiaries have been disappointed to learn that Medicare does not provide long-term care benefits. Now, some of that disappointment could be ending. Thanks to new rules from CMS, Medicare Advantage plans can now offer some long-term care benefits.
Medicare has a new open enrollment period. Starting in 2019, the Medicare Advantage open enrollment period will run between January 1 and March 31. This is a big change for both Medicare insurance agents and Medicare enrollees.
We are now two weeks out from AEP. You can now begin marketing, but remember that you cannot accept an enrollment until 10/15. In the video below, Paul outlines all the final steps you should take to maximize your success this AEP.
Yes, we’ve wrapped up WAPCon2018. The theme was Back to the Future. We thought it would be great if agents could learn cutting edge 2020-ish information NOW in 2018. Why wait to be smarter? Here are Paul and Mari putting this vision’s pedal to the metal: