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Webinar Invitation: How to Position LTC as a Retirement Planning Tool

Published on November 10, 2021

 

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UPCOMING WEBINAR:

Mutual of Omaha LTC Planning and Product Training

Join us for a special webinar featuring Mutual of Omaha discussing how agents can position LTC as a retirement planning tool. We will be going over today's LTC changing market with real world statistics, how to start the conversation, tax favorability and more. We'll also do a deep dive comparison on their MutualCare Solutions, so you can see why this should be a go-to product for your prospects!

How to Position LTC as a Retirement Planning Tool

  • LTC statistics
  • Cost of care and impact to client's family and finances
  • Simple 3-Step LTC sales process
  • High level review of secure and custom solutions
  • Overview of creative and valuable LTC riders
  • Tax favorability
  • Q & A

Join us on Tuesday, November 16, 2021

9:00 a.m. PST / 12:00 p.m. EST

John Gibbons, LUTCF, CLTC

LTC Sales Director

Mutual of Omaha

John Gibbons is the LTC Sales Director at Mutual of Omaha. He's a graduate from Northern Illinois University, with a degree in Industry and Technology.  John has the Corporation of Long Term Care (CLTC) and the Life Underwriting Training Council Fellow designations. John’s previous roles include working for Genworth Financial for 17 years, 15 of which was for the LTC division, as Regional Vice President and a Divisional Vice President.  He also worked for OneAmerica as the Regional Sales Director for four years. John and his family live in the Chicagoland area.

 

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