Most beneficiaries say they are supremely satisfied with the claims experience.
A recent poll indicates that fewer companies intend to maintain offering pharmacy benefits to those workers who are Medicare eligible.
Based on the results of a recent report, many seniors could use some extra cash flow, as a substantial number of them have income levels that aren’t conducive to a prosperous retirement.
As May draws to a close, agents would be remiss if they did not take into account and pay their respects to their elders, as this happens to be Older Americans Month.
Among the issues agents have to consider after collecting annuity leads is what type of product offering to suggest to their customer. And based on a new poll, there appears to be considerable interest in deferred income annuities.
After the most recent recession that affected just about every adult American, agents may have found some commonalities among their insurance leads with regards to the financial impact the down period had on customers and the coverages they were looking for.
When it comes to dealing with life insurance leads, sometimes the easiest part of the process is actually finding the leads themselves. Where things can get tricky is explaining to customers how much coverage they require based on their individual needs, which of course differ from one client to the next.
According to a study, which was conducted by Northwestern Mutual, more than 50 percent of respondents said that they aren’t in an as good of shape financially at their present age as they thought they’d be when they were younger.
Because they traditionally have fewer responsibilities when compared to adults who are middle-age, insurance leads that derive from young adults usually don’t have the type of stress that baby boomers have. But a new survey indicates that today’s generation of young adults are as anxiety ridden as ever, mainly over their financial situation.
As a general rule, there’s a fairly even split in leads for insurance agents deriving from men versus women. But when insurance needs have to do with financial planning, a recent survey suggests that they will typically result from the female gender.