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Managing the Social Security Maze Which would you prefer: $1,141 or $2,757 per month from Social Security? Which would you prefer: $314,916 or $496,260 from Social Security by the time you reach 85? You've worked hard all of your life. We want you to get the most out of your Social Security retirement. This course can help you with those decisions. This course teaches you what you need to know to make decisions about Social Security that will affect your bottom line (SS payments) by..
This course offers an overview of the health insurance industry and the elements of traditional health insurance. This course includes these areas of study: Introduction to Health Insurance Health Insurance Providers Medical Expense Insurers Disability Income Insurance Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance Government Health Insurance Programs Private Insurance Programs for Seniors Health Insurance Policy Provisions Health Insurance Underwriting and Premiums ..
This course is designed as a continuing education course especially beneficial for 2-15 and 2-40 licensed agents, but may be taken by all agents and adjusters (other than 3-20 public adjusters). Unit 1 covers most Health Insurance Types of Policies and Unit 2 covers associated Policy Provisions. This course is an Immediate Level continuing education course and has been approved by the Department of Financial Services for 7 hours of CE credit. This course includes lessons on these areas of stu..
This class will inform the Agent on all aspects of the U.S. Medicare Program. After completion, the Agent will able to help his clients make decisions regarding their Medicare decisions. Units include: Introduction to Medicare, Medicare Parts A and B, Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicare Prescription Drug Plan, Medigap Policies, Help for Medicare Participants, Glossary, Marketing Guidelines, Medicare Fraud, Florida Unauthorized Entities Statement and the Final Exam Review. This course has ..
This course offers an overview of the health insurance industry and the elements of traditional health insurance. It has a special emphasis on Medicare Supplements and HMOs and includes two interesting case studies that test the student's ability to apply their knowledge to actual cases. This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services for insurance continuing education credit. No classroom attendance required. This FL Intermediate CE course is approved for 1..
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