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Individual or group insurance >>

Tye Elliott
Hospital indemnity insurance takes the sting out of hospital bills
Article posted by Tye Elliott
Employers should consider making voluntary hospital indemnity plans available to their clients as a viable option for employees to have peace of mind if they get injured or sick. Policyholders will receive cash benefits for covered events to pay everyday life bills, while they focus on getting better.

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Medicare and Medicaid >>

Paul Wilson
42 things every advisor needs to hear
Article posted by Paul Wilson
Attendees of the 2014 Advisor Network Summit in Las Vegas were presented with a deluge of sales tips, sound bites and statistics. From inspirational quotes to regulatory predictions to nuts-and-bolts discussions about the products themselves, there was something for everyone.

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Long Term Care >>

Mike Anthony
​The ugly return of the 'Xerox annuity'
Article posted by Mike Anthony, JD, CMP™
I was recently contacted by an investigative reporter from "The Clarion-Ledger." She has written several in-depth articles over the past few weeks about Mississippi scam artist and former insurance producer Gina Palasini. Palasini's tale is a cautionary one for advisors and consumers alike.

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Health Care Reform >>

Tye Elliott
Brokers play pertinent role during open enrollment
Article posted by Tye Elliott
With open enrollment around the corner, it’s essential for employees to understand their benefits options so they can choose the right health care plan that best fits their needs. As a trusted advisor, this is a great opportunity to arm your clients with communications best practices to help employees navigate their health insurance choices.

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Disability insurance >>

Kelly Moser
Back-to-school basics for insurance professionals
Article posted by Kelly Moser
Despite the fact that I don’t have to head back to school this fall, there are some back-to-school basics that I (try to) never forget.

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