Travel Season Brings Sales Opportunities

June 15, 2018

We have entered travel season.  Most insureds are not aware of the medical insurance pitfalls that come with international travel.  Medicare is even a bigger pitfall in that there is NO overseas coverage.  Some Medicare Supplements will carry minimal riders providing a small level of coverage but may not be very comprehensive.  When traveling internationally, it is always a good idea to get an International Policy that provides multi lingual support.  In many cases, an International Policy can eliminate the need to prepay upfront and submit for reimbursement after you get home—after having all the bills translated and converted (at your cost).  Take a look at the enclosed link.  We can offer our brokers a similar personalized link that your potential clients can “self-serve” quote, enroll, and fulfill their policy all over the internet while you receive the full broker commission.  Call our office for details!

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Webinar – The Legal Basics

February 13, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

Date: February 20, 2018
Time: 2:00 – 2:45 pm ET    REGISTER NOW

Join us for a brief, info-packed webinar to explore the value of legal services plans and where they fit in your small business clients’ benefit strategies.

Joe Refano, MetLife Product Director, will cover the basics — answering your what, why, when and how questions — to give you actionable tips to effectively position and sell legal services plans.

Don’t miss this opportunity to build your book of business through strategic product expansion. Register today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Classroom Ethics Course Announced

November 26, 2013

All Illinois resident producers are required to complete 24 hours of CE with 3 of those hours consisting of classroom ethics.  Resource Brokerage, LLC will be holding an ethics classroom presentation that fulfills the state’s requirement.  The program will consist of an in-depth discussion of ethics as they pertain to the independent insurance agent and financial planner.

The program is designed to be interactive and the instructor encourages class attendees to participate in discussions of the different ethical/unethical scenarios that will be presented.

 

Tuesday, December 10, 2013 9am to Noon

Schaumburg Corporate Conference Center
Conference Rooms A,B,C and D
1501 E. Woodfield Road
Schaumburg, IL 60173

Contact Judy Wrigley to RSVP:

847-598-0039 or email: jwrigley@resourcebrokerage.com

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2014 Humana Group Plans – Seminar

November 21, 2013

Join Blair Farwell, RHU, RBEC in learning about the 2014 Humana Group Portfolio.

TOPICS:

  • Now that we are on the eve of 2014, where does Resource Brokerage see the Group Health Market going in 2014?
  • See how Humana interpreted and applied the ACA requirements into the 2014 Small Group Medical Portfolio.
  • Review the new 2014 plan designs: PPO, HMO and HDHP.  How and why have they changed?
  • Learn how Humana is positioning themselves to remain competitive in 2014 with pricing and plan designs.
  • Learn how the Affordable Care Act affected the Vitality Program (Humana Wellness) allowing double digit MEMBER LEVEL discounting off the new Guarantee Issue ACA premiums.

SEMINAR:
Very Limited Seating!

Tuesday, December 10, 2013 1:00pm to 2:30pm

Schaumburg Corporate Conference Center Room A,B,C 1501 E. Woodfield Road Schaumburg, IL 60173 Directions
To RSVP Contact Gina Ignarski at 847-598-0006 or gignarski@resourcebrokerage.com

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Sales Idea – Filling The Void

May 6, 2013

I don’t know of anything more exciting that traveling – new countries, new customs, new friends. We all know clients taking that dream vacation, or traveling through Europe after graduation, or honeymooning in exotic places. The last thing on their minds is medical insurance.

Sudden illness or accidents in an unfamiliar environment can be scary and pricy. Unfortunately, many consumers do not understand the limitations and many times complications of trying to use domestic coverage at times of international claims! That’s why short-term travel medical insurance gives your clients peace of mind. Deal with a carrier Premiums are reasonably priced for comprehensive coverage.

Short term travel insurance can be purchased in daily or monthly rates, for a minimum of ten days to two years. Plan deductibles for individuals and dependents can range from $0 to $2500 and benefit maximums from $50,000 to $2,000,000. It is important to note that these policies do not cover pre-existing conditions.

There are available plans for US and non-US citizens traveling out of their home country. So visit our website at http://www.resourcebrokerage.com for available plan outlines or call us at 847-598-6006 for further information.


Sales Idea – Round Out Your Plan Offering

April 29, 2013

Dental, Vision and Hearing plans are affordable compliments to the medical coverage your clients buy.

Many people object to having to use network dentists because their dentist chooses not to join any networks. Or, members who want an insured vision plan but instead are only offered a discount program from their individual health insurance plan? Or for your senior market clients offering insured dental, vision and hearing for the services which Medicare and their Medicare Supplement do not cover.

Our fully insured, indemnity dental/vision/hearing products can cover the dental vision hearing care of your clients, ages 18 through 85, with no underwriting, at surprisingly affordable prices and attractive commissions to you. You would be surprised how many people buy the coverage once they are made aware it is available—particularly Medicare Supplement enrollees. We have many brokers who offer these stand alone programs side by side as part of every individual medical enrollment and Medicare Supplement sales presentation.

Call us today at 847-598-6006 or visit our website at http://www.resourcebrokerage.com for the complete product reviews. On your next appointment you’ll have the tools to present your clients with a healthcare portfolio customized for their needs!


Sales Idea – Temporary Policies with Group Submissions

April 17, 2013

When you’ve submitted a Group Medical case and have employees that are in their waiting period that are ineligible as of the effective date, don’t forget that you can write a temporary policy through our Individual Major Medical Department.

This is often forgotten or not offered to new hires that are coming from an old employer, someone who doesn’t have insurance at all, or has a loss of coverage through another channel. This is a way to fill the gap for the new hire so they are eligible for coverage just like all the other employees that are insured as of the effective date of the Group policy.

Please feel free to call our office; and we’ll be more than happy to get started with your New Business quotes. I look forward to speaking with you soon!