Welcome to our Kingdom Agent Blog. The purpose of these posts are to keep our Kingdom agents, and future agents, educated and informed about a wide range of topics to help them become more successful.
Zachary “ZJ” Seth Lewis II - On Sunday, September 25, 2022, our precious ZJ Lewis, the oldest son of Zach and Leah Lewis, was involved in a tragic accident and passed from this world into eternity. The Lewis family has decided to establish the “ZJ Lewis Memorial Fund” at the Kingdom School and Ministry in honor of ZJ. The money raised will be used to impact people locally and globally.
October 15th is rapidly approaching, and it will be here before you know it. That means now is the time to make sure you are fully prepared to sell during AEP and ensure you have a game plan in place.
Are you aware of the pre-paid debit cards (reaching up to $500/month) some Medicare Advantage carriers are offering in 2023? Prepaid debit card programs are used for out-of-pocket healthcare costs. They vary by plan, state, county, individual eligibility, dollar amount, and services provided.
Medicare insurance agents work hard for years to build their book of business to the point where their annual commissions reach $200K, $300K, $500K, and beyond. However, many agents forget to think about what happens if an unfortunate event takes place and they pass away. What would that look like for their family left behind?
According to one study, as many as 84% of baby boomers have Facebook accounts. That is a huge market of Medicare leads waiting to be reached. Before we get any further, you must understand that just because you have a social page doesn’t mean you will suddenly get a rush of followers, leads, or customers.
What could the world’s worst pick-up line possibly have to do with selling insurance over the phone? It illustrates the importance of opening lines and first impressions. Confidence, charm, intuition, and perfect timing are needed for a good pickup line. As an independent insurance agent, you are working hard to turn strangers into customers.
A common misconception about Social Security and Medicare is that a beneficiary has to be receiving Social Security benefits to enroll in Medicare. This is not true. To help clarify how these two work together, let me give you a tip to avoid a Medicare nightmare.
In our ever-changing Medicare market, we have an emerging demographic that is significantly underrepresented: dual-eligible. Approximately 12 million Americans are dual-eligible, representing 20% of the Medicare population. Let's explore this topic deeper.