Preferred Plan

May 24, 2008

  1. somarco
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    somarco GA Medicare Expert

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    I like to sell plans that are unique. Something most agents won't even show and definitel something most prospects would never even consider.

    Just another way to differentiate myself from the crowd, and make it more difficult for another agent to come in behind me.

    I offer the HSA as much as possible, but sometimes it is a stretch to get them off copays, much less moving to the HSA.

    Plan 100 from GR is a "go to" plan and probably 70% of my GR clients have Plan 100.

    With H1, i is the Monogram. I do have a lot of HSA's with them and a fair number of Autograph 80's, but my biggest seller is Monogram.

    The other carriers really don't have a unique product that shows up more than others.
     
    somarco, May 24, 2008
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  2. The Rabbi
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    I agree about informing prospects of their options. With GR, their HSA rate was usually lower than Plan 100. Even better, is 80/20. The savings is worth it.

    I looked at an Aetna quote for 10k ded and 5k. The 10K was $500 month less. Do the math. Pay 6k more a year for a 5k ded.
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  3. Crabcake Johnny
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    Plan 100 in MD has a $3,000 RX cap - can't buy it up.
     
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