Long Term Care Insurance
More than half of the U.S. population will require long-term care at some point in their lives, and it is not only of concern or retirees or the elderly. Only about 60% of recipients are older than sixty-five, and nearly 40% of are between eighteen and sixty-four. They may not be sick, but are unable to handle the every-day basics of eating, dressing or walking. Care may require adult daycare, home healthcare, a nursing home, assisted living, respite care, hospice, or even an Alzheimer’s facility.
Out-of-pocket costs for these services can be prohibitive, and is the greatest threat to financial security. Medicaid may provide some services for those with limited incomes, but usually will not cover in-home care, a private room, or assisted living.
A long term care insurance policy can only be cancelled for nonpayment, and it is guaranteed renewable for life.
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For decades insurance has been a necessary evil – a piece of financial protection that wise individuals won’t live without. And while it’s always been considered part of “financial planning”, most of the planning relates to the individual becoming disabled or meeting an untimely death and making arrangements for the family’s financial security if the unthinkable occurs.
Now families, individuals and business owners can add insurance products to their active financial planning tool kits –to improve their lifestyles, to increase their own net worth, and to enjoy life and prosperity even while they plan for retirement.
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