Are You Up to the Challenge? Test 2

Selling LTCi has its share of perceived obstacles. Are you stepping up to conquer them? Download the new LTCi white paper

Watch this video to learn why Senior Market Sales’ national LTC sales director felt compelled to write the white paper.

Simple Solutions for Extended Care

Traditional Long Term Care is not for everyone. With the challenging underwriting, price increases and gender-based rates there are many variables to consider. Here are four Simple Solutions for your client's Long Term Care needs. Remember, Medicare and Medicare Supplements are restrictive in what they will pay. Help your clients offset the future costs of extended care with these options.

MutualCare Solutions LTCi Product Launch

Listen to Jackie Slaughter of Senior Market Sales and Brent DeGroot from Mutual of Omaha talk about Mutual’s new LTC product portfolio. Hear about the changes in age from 30-79 compared to 18-79; learn about three return-of-premium options, new underwriting requirements and much more.

LTC vs. Medicaid and What You Should Know 11

This brainshark can help in the retirement planning process with your clients and why Medicaid is not something to count on. Urge your clients that purchasing an LTCi policy is the way to go!

Carrier Roundtable: State of the LTCi Industry

Can the industry remain viable by selling products that are both sustainable and affordable? Get the answers straight from the carriers themselves.

Listen to representatives from four of the industry’s top LTCi carriers as they discuss the state of the LTCi market and how agents can successfully adapt to the recent product changes.

The Road to Securing Your Future: 10 Things Your Clients Need to Know about Long-Term Care

Be Prepared for Long-Term Questions when they come. Get the answers to 10 questions your prospects should be asking about long-term care.

Click Here to Download 10 Things Your Clients Need to Know about LTC

A No-Nonsense Look at Long-Term Care and How to Pay for It

Kiplinger put this video together to help people understand long-term care and how to pay for it. The content is totally product neutral so it's not a sales pitch for any particular carrier (though there is an ad for John Hancock at the beginning).

We think it should be required viewing for all prospects, clients and even agents during Long-Term Care Awareness Month!

Watch this video: No-Nonsense Look at Long-Term Care

Dial Down Premium To Make an LTCi Policy More Affordable

Your client understands the need for LTCi, but feels the premium is too costly. He wants the policy, but can't afford the premium.

With all the options available on Mutual of Omaha's LTCi products, you can help the client “dial down” the premium to fit his budget. After all, some long-term care insurance is better than none. You can dial down premium in a number of ways:

  • Adjust the inflation protection option
  • Reduce the monthly benefit amount
  • Reduce the maximum monthly benefit amount for assisted living
  • Adjust the benefit period
  • Adjust the elimination period

Want to learn more about "Dialing Down Premium?"

Get more LTCI Sales Tips from Mutual of Omaha

Long-Term Care Numbers Positive or Negative?

Hardly a week goes by that I don't read an article about how Americans are ill-prepared for a long-term care event, or how Medicaid is trembling under the weight of all the uninsured individuals receiving long-term care. An optimistic person might look at those facts as evidence of the tremendous need for Long-Term Care insurance (LTCi). But those who are more inclined to look for the gray lining in every opportunity might jump to a different conclusion: “Apparently, nobody out there is buying Long-Term Care Insurance,” they think. “Guess I won't bother trying to sell it.”

These negative agents will find any number of reasons to convince themselves that their conclusion is true: LTCi is expensive, underwriting is too onerous, it's hard to find leads, people don't want to pay for something they may never use. But the evidence is not on their side.

Read the full article: Long-Term Care Numbers Positive or Negative?

3 in 4 Need More: 74% are concerned about needing some kind of Long-Term Care

74% of consumers age 55 to 65 say they are concerned about needing some kind of long-term care, according to Prudential Financial. That's about three in every four of us!

Watch this video featuring nationally known elder care expert, Dr. Marion Somers. Dr. Somers shares insights into how people in this stage of life are prioritizing financial issues and how agents can raise the subject of long-term care in a positive way.

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