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2014 Medicare Advantage and Part D Maximum Commissions

  
  
  

Medicare Supplements The CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) has released the maximum commissions a company can pay to an individual producer for Medicare Advantage and PDP for 2014. In some cases, commissions could be less than the amounts released, depending on that specific insurance company’s contract.

Medicare Advantage:

  • National - $425 initial and $213 renewal/replacement
  • Connecticut, Pennsylvania and District of Columbia - $480 initial and $240 renewal/replacement
  • California and New Jersey - $532 initial and $266 renewal/replacement
Part D (PDP’s):
  • All states - $56 initial and $28 renewal/replacement

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Comments

that is a lot of work for so little comm.thanks donnie
Posted @ Friday, May 24, 2013 3:15 PM by donald wingate
I Love it! How many other products can you sell for $0 premium and make $425 plus a possible supplemental sale.Whether MA is here to stay or not (I think it is) its a great way to gather new clients.  
Posted @ Tuesday, May 28, 2013 9:29 PM by James McLemore
With the ever increasing hassles and hoops to work through in MA, I'll stay leaning towards the supplement side of Medicare. Keeps the clients happy knowing they have the best coverage, and service low to focus on other areas makes me happy.
Posted @ Wednesday, May 29, 2013 9:34 AM by Dan Trick
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