Assisting Non-English Speaking Applicants

If you and the applicant are not fluent in the same language, an interpreter must be present to translate all questions and responses. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have an interpreter available to meet with you when the application is completed. The applicant may choose an interpreter, but the interpreter cannot be a family member, beneficiary, or someone who would benefit from the issuance of a policy. You may serve as an interpreter if you and the applicant are fluent in the same language. In addition to questions on the application and the applicant’s responses, the interpreter is required
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Categories: Critical Illness, Industry News, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Riders Increase Policy Value

Do you know about the four optional riders available at the time of sale for a Critical Advantage policy? They are a great way to add extra value and protection to an already strong base policy. Below is a brief description of our optional riders. As always, some riders may vary by state. Please refer to our Critical Advantage Product & Underwriting Guide for full details. Cancer Rider — Pays a lump-sum benefit upon the diagnosis of cancer (internal cancer or malignant melanoma). Heart Attack & Stroke Rider — Pays a lump-sum benefit upon the diagnosis of a heart attack
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Categories: Critical Illness, Industry News, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Critical Advantage Sales Tips for Summer

Gain The Attention of New Customers Are you looking to gain the attention of potential new customers this summer? The Critical Advantage postcard is intended for producers to send to their clients, leave behind when cross-selling to Med Supp clients, or hand out in person to existing clients who may be looking to fill the gaps in their current coverage. Heat up summer sales by reaching out to new customers with our new postcard!   Download Postcard   If you have any questions, please contact your Sales Director.   #goldencareagent #mutualofomaha
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Categories: Critical Illness, Industry News, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Quick Quotes!

Our mobile quote is so incredibly easy to use. With just a few clicks, you’ll know how much a prospect could pay for Critical Illness Insurance, Cancer Insurance, and Heart Attack/Stroke Insurance. Is your client afraid that a cancer diagnosis could damage their savings account? Say your client and their partner are 40 years old and have two children. By selecting a family coverage type, inserting their age, and choosing a lifetime cancer policy at $30,000 benefit amount; they could pay as little as $44.60 a month to protect their entire family. Apple — Click here Android — Click Here
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Categories: Critical Illness, Industry News, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Critical Advantage – Tools for Success

Mutual of Omaha has created a flyer that features all of the available marketing materials to promote and sell the plans within the Critical Advantage Portfolio. This flyer includes both producer use only material as well as consumer approved material. These marketing materials for success can be found on Sales Professional Access or on our Forms & Materials site.   Tools for Success   #goldencareagent #mutualofomaha
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Categories: Critical Illness, Industry News, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Using our Mobile Quoting App

We all know someone who has been diagnosed with or fought cancer. You may even know someone who has had a heart attack or stroke. More than likely, your clients do too! The coverage offered by the products in our Critical Advantage Portfolio can be very low, and your clients may be surprised by just how little they could pay each month for coverage. When using our mobile quoting app, all you need to do is put in your client’s information, and in just a matter of seconds, you’d find that your 50-year-old client would only pay $37 dollars a
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Categories: Critical Illness, Industry News, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Express Underwriting vs Simplified Underwriting

The Critical Advantage Portfolio offers benefits that are easy to see. We all know someone who has been diagnosed with cancer, had a heart attack, or suffered from a stroke. Mutual of Omaha can offer your clients a streamlined application process with easy knock-out questions and express or simplified underwriting. But what is the difference between express & simplified underwriting? Express Underwriting: Simple yes/no knock-out questions for face amounts of $50,000 and below. Simplified Underwriting: Simple yes/no knock-out questions with the addition of Medical Information Bureau and Pharmaceutical inquiry, and random telephone interviews for face amounts of $51,000-$100,000.   You
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Categories: Critical Illness, Industry News, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Three Policies to Fit Your Needs

Mutual of Omaha’s Critical Advantage Portfolio offers policies with a number of flexible benefits and options. Within the portfolio, we offer three different policies. While these policies may be different from one another, they all offer coverage that will allow your clients to quickly see their value. Below is a list of each policy, some of its features, and how they differ from one another. Critical Illness Issue Ages — 18-64 or 18-54 (Term) Base Benefit — Lump-sum payment, Return of Premium upon Death, No Reduction of Benefits at any age 100% Covered Conditions — Internal Cancer or Malignant Melanoma,
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Critical Advantage Products & Underwriting Process

There are many sales ideas, training materials, and videos to look through regarding our Critical Advantage products. However, reading through our detailed Product and Underwriting Guide will provide a better understanding of how many different products fall under Critical Advantage, our speedy underwriting process, and how to properly complete an application.   Critical Advantage Products & Underwriting Process   #goldencareagent #mutualofomaha
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Categories: Critical Illness, Industry News, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Tough Battle, Right Team

Receiving a cancer diagnosis can be devastating, but the odds of surviving may be higher than you think. Survival rates for many of the common types of cancer, continue to increase. Mutual of Omaha’s Cancer Insurance gives your clients money to pay for things most health insurance does not cover including: Replacing lost income High deductibles Paying for groceries and bills Plus, our coverage pays a lump-sum benefit. See more about the odds of surviving a cancer diagnosis here.   If you have any questions, please contact Mutual of Omaha’s Sales Support at (800) 693-6083 or email sales.support@mutualofomaha.com.   Tough
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