Facing a rate increase on your long-term care insurance policy? Apply Phyllis Shelton’s formula to evaluate whether or not to accept it before making any decisions.
Without a plan, millions of daughters will be thrust into providing care for an aging parent, at great emotional, mental and physical cost, a much greater toll than financial.
Traditional long-term care insurance isn’t the answer for everyone. I’ve been helping people up to age 85 with the five concerns listed in this article by helping them acquire a lifetime income they can’t outlive, that doubles for up to five years if they need long-term care.
There are no guarantees in life. I just heard from a grateful client who is so glad her husband bought LTC insurance.
It’s imperative that we continue to look for alternate ways to manage the long-term care (LTC) risk, and that’s how I’ve been spending much of my time. For example, I’m looking at a number of annuities that provide long-term care
Publicity around the Supreme Court’s decision to nullify the Defense of Marriage Act on June 26, 2013 has centered around the ability to file joint tax returns and collect survivor social security benefits. My first reaction was “What about the ability to take advantage of the spousal impoverishment benefits under Medicaid?”
If you saw the New York Times article “Fine Print and Red Tape in LTC Policies”, you may be questioning your decision to buy long-term care insurance. Or, if you have a policy, this article may have made you wonder if you should have bought it. The fact that I’m writing this response shows you how important it is to me that you don’t have these doubts. Please let me lay your concerns to rest as I respond to a client’s question about her CNA policy.
You’re not sure LTC insurance is the best solution for you? No problem. After you read this book, you will know enough to make an informed decision and I will have done my job.