Planning for long-term care is best done with information gathering to make an informed decision. The “deer in headlights” approach doesn’t work.
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The employee education program for the Federal government’s group long-term care insurance program in 2002 beat Donald Trump to The Apprentice.
Give your children the meaningful present of planning for long-term care so they don’t have to handle it for you.
Phyllis Shelton is honored to appear on Peter Rosenberger’s live radio show on Sunday, August 9th from 3-4 p.m. CST to discuss how long-term care insurance can be a lifeline for caregivers.
People worry more about being a burden on their kids when it comes to long-term care than they do about the exorbitant financial cost of extended health care.
A tidal wave of caregiving is about to hit U.S. employers as the fastest growing segment of the workforce is age 55 and up, employees who are in their prime caregiving years. Just under half (49%) of the workforce expects to provide care to a family member or friend in the next five years. Do …
Mary and Valerie have a lot in common as they are both caregivers. Mary’s Aunt Julia has long-term care insurance, whereas Valerie’s mother does not. Does it make a difference? Have you considered long-term care insurance to protect your family from the impact on Valerie’s life?
Over 99% of long-term care insurance policies sold today are tax-qualified,* which means the way to get a claim paid is the same as it is Federally controlled in order for the premiums to be tax-free according to IRS guidelines and enjoy other tax incentives. Just like you can need care physically or mentally, you can trigger the benefits in one of those two ways.
The following is an abbreviated section from my book The ABC’s of Long-Term Care Insurance – keepin’ it REALLY simple for you, folks! To simplify the benefit selection process, there are six major choices that impact a premium. Here is each choice and a recommendation. 1a) Daily or Monthly Benefit – Look at the average …