Help for a Chronic Condition – Marilyn’s Story

Real People. Real Stories. Marilyn’s Story Help for a Chronic Condition The best way to understand how long-term care insurance can benefit your clients is through stories from our policyholders. Here’s how having a policy made a real difference for Marilyn and her daughter, Melinda. Marilyn’s Story – View the Flyer   If you have any questions, please contact Mutual of Omaha’s Sales Support at (800) 693-6083 or e-mail sales.support@mutualofomaha.com.   Help for a Chronic Condition – Marilyn’s Story   #goldencareagent #mutualofomaha
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The Advantage of the Cash Benefit – Bruce’s Story

Real People. Real Stories. Bruce’s Story The Advantage of Cash Benefit The best way to understand how long-term care insurance can benefit your clients is through stories from our policyholders. Here’s how having a policy made a real difference for Bruce and his wife, Beth. Bruce’s Story – View the Flyer   If you have any questions, please contact Mutual of Omaha’s Sales Support at (800) 693-6083 or e-mail sales.support@mutualofomaha.com.   The Advantage of the Cash Benefit – Bruce’s Story   #goldencareagent #mutualofomaha
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Categories: Industry News, Long-Term Care, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Get Your Clients Cash When They Need it the Most

Many of today’s health insurance plans come with a high deductible. If you have clients with these plans, talk to them about how our Critical Advantage℠ Portfolio can help. Critical Illness, Cancer and Heart Attack/Stroke products all offer a onetime cash benefit when diagnosed with a covered condition. This benefit can be used to cover your client’s high deductible, or any out of pocket expense they may have. Plus, the policies have no elimination period, so your clients get paid right away. See other tips on selling the products in the Critical Advantage Portfolio here.   If you have questions,
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Categories: Critical Illness, Industry News, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).