Ritter has everything you need to know about 2021 maximum broker commissions for Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D initial enrollments.
Note: Insurance providers are NOT REQUIRED to pay the maximum commission rate.
Which products should a Medicare sales agent sell outside of the Annual Enrollment Period to keep earning commissions? We’ve got the top five additional plan types that should be a part of an agent’s portfolio during the … Read More
We’ve already told you the many ways you can remain compliant as an insurance agent. In this article, we want to focus on the “why.” Why should you go about your business in an ethical, compliant fashion? Read More
Are you considering becoming a Certified Insurance Counselor? For some agents, this certification may be something brand new! We’re here to break down what this certification is, how you can obtain it, and whether or not it would … Read More
Having a designated space to work and be productive is essential for independent insurance agents.
There are going to be advantages and disadvantages with deciding whether or not to acquire an office space outside of your home. Read More
For 2020, we’ve made some exciting changes to our annual $100K Cash Giveaway. We’re happy to say that you can expect the same great contest with brand-new prizes!
As we’ve done in the past, we will continue to reward … Read More
Mistakes happen, even to the best of us. Fortunately, errors and omissions (E&O) insurance can help you mitigate the risks and costs that come with your profession.
The insurance for those who are selling insurance, E&O … Read More
Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans are a great product to add to your portfolio, especially since 12 million Americans (20 percent of the Medicare population) have dual-eligible status.
While we think selling D-SNPs can greatly … Read More
Have you ever considered selling Chronic Condition Special Needs Plans (C-SNPs)? Yes or no, we’ve got the quick guide that you need to read!
C-SNPs can allow health insurance agents to keep selling Medicare Advantage (MA) … Read More
The lock-in period is approaching, but just because it’s not the “busy season,” doesn’t mean you can’t stay busy! You can keep sales and commission coming in by shifting your focus from AEP to Dual … Read More
You’ve met with a client, quoted plans, and completed and submitted the application. Your work is done right? Well, no. If you want to be successful in this business, you’re going to need to stay in touch with clients. Read More
To say that the Annual Enrollment Period is an extremely busy time of year for insurance agents is a massive understatement. At Ritter Insurance Marketing, we know just how hectic AEP can get, and sometimes it’s a little … Read More
About 12 million Americans (20 percent of the Medicare population) have dual eligible status. If that’s not reason enough for you to enter this market, there are several benefits of selling Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans that … Read More
Do you have clients looking for guarantees in long-term care insurance (LTCi)? If so, for many agents, the “knee-jerk” reaction is often to go straight to a hybrid or linked-benefit solution. Read More
To put it simply, insurance agents in 2020 should have a website. If you don’t have a website, you’re not only missing out on more lead opportunities, you could also potentially be using more resources than you have to. Read More
No Medicare agent wants to hear they’ve had a rapid disenrollment. Not only can these feel like a slap in the face after all the hard work you put in, but they can have negative consequences, especially if your book of business … Read More
CMS just released their numbers for 2020 premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance amounts for the Medicare Part A and Part B programs. Let’s take a look and see how these numbers might affect your clients. Read More