GoldenCare Newsletter | April 22, 2019

In this GoldenCare Newsletter Edition

From GoldenCare:

Diversify your portfolio for greater sales success!

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LTC CEO Office, Home and Internet Selling Tools Software has been updated!

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Our Guest Article in this edition is “Few family caregivers get formal training,” by Lisa Rapaport, Reuters




No Current News In This Issue.


Industry Updates:

From Mutual of Omaha:

New LTC Marketing Materials Update

Rate Adjustments Effective July 1, 2019

(Legacy) Rate Adjustments Effective July 1, 2019

Mobile Quotes Preference Features

The Advantages of a Reimbursement Model LTC Rider

Help Younger Clients Plan Ahead with the LTC Rider

Automated Underwriting Update

Important IOLI and STOLI Reminders

Life Insurance Prescription Rule Update

Amazon Connect Telephone System Update

DI Choice Success Tips-Common Medical Conditions

Critical Advantage Underwriting Guide Updates

Critical Advantage Rate Decrease for Existing Policyholders

Update on the Critical Advantage Rate Decrease for New Applications

From GTL:

Precision Care Fillable Postcard Now Available!

GTL Launches Overhauled GTLink with Supply Ordering!

Your Clients’ Tax Refunds and Out-of-Pocket Medical Expenses

From NGL:

Expanded E-App Availability

From Genworth:

In-Force Rate Action Announcements – See Newsletter to see if your state is affected

From Transamerica:

Transamerica’s NEW Multi-Life Producer Guide




Get caught up on all the latest Medicare Supplement News from Mutual of Omaha and Affiliates.

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