Phyllis Shelton

Author's details

Name: Phyllis Shelton
Date registered: February 24, 2011
URL: http://www.GotLTCi.com

Biography

Phyllis Shelton is the President of LTC Consultants, a Nashville-based company that she founded in 1991 specializing in long-term care insurance sales training, consumer education and marketing materials. She is widely considered to be the leading long-term care insurance sales trainer in the country. Now her heart goes out to anyone who doesn't have a local insurance professional to help them consider long-term care insurance, and she is willing to be a resource for those people, or their financial advisors.

Latest posts

  1. Welcome from Phyllis Shelton — February 2, 2014
  2. CNBC says not having long-term care insurance can be ‘the single biggest devastator’ of your financial plan — October 16, 2019
  3. The Two Biggest Mistakes In Retirement Planning — February 15, 2019
  4. What your state lets you keep, effective 1/1/2019 — January 1, 2019
  5. It’s Time to Stop Bashing Long-Term Care Insurance — February 20, 2018

Most commented posts

  1. Welcome from Phyllis Shelton — 89 comments
  2. The Two Biggest Mistakes In Retirement Planning — 2 comments
  3. It’s Time to Stop Bashing Long-Term Care Insurance — 3 comments

Author's posts listings

Jul 26

How an Equity Index Annuity, aka Fixed Index Annuity, Can Help People Who Have Waited Too Late to Buy Long-Term Care Insurance

I found equity index annuities (fixed index annuities) because I was searching for a way to help people who are totally uninsurable for any kind of traditional or combo LTC product.

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May 24

Welcome to New Subscribers and How to Evaluate a Rate Increase

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.

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Mar 22

Forever and Ever Amen

My last article “Goodbye in Her (or His) Eyes” was a little hard to read as it discussed situations in which a healthy spouse doesn’t stick around when the other spouse needs long-term care…either by choice or by death. Just a few days after it was published, I heard from an agent who has been …

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Feb 02

Goodbye in Her (or His) Eyes

We all know the timeless wedding vows and most of us have spoken them. When caregiving becomes 24/7, sometimes these vows are broken. An awful thought, you say?

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Jan 27

Planning for Long-Term Care is Gentle On My Mind

Glen Campbell is now a permanent member of the ranks of Alzheimer’s victims. The first music artist to make #1 on the country and contemporary charts at the same time, he is Stage 6 now and sometimes requires two caregivers to be sure he is safe.

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Jan 05

Long-Term Care is All About the Family…Not the Bass

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.

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Sep 11

Seeking Solutions with Suzanne

Suzanne sits down with Phyllis Shelton, President of LTC Consultants and author of “Protecting Your Family with Long-Term Care Insurance” to discuss long-term care. Long-term care is provided when people need help getting through the day. It can become necessary for many reasons including strokes, MS, Parkinson’s and accidents. Often, it is the only thing …

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Sep 01

Mothers Don’t Let Your Daughters Grow Up To Be Caregivers

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.

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Aug 16

Should You Accept an 85% Rate Increase?

As horrendous as an 85% rate increase sounds, it becomes not so horrendous when you analyze it. Here’s a case study along with my advice.

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Aug 03

The Biggest Retirement Concerns – Do You Agree?

What are your biggest retirement concerns? Do you agree with this survey?

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