As a shoe aficionado, I have observed that long-term care planning is quickly starting to resemble my closet of 100 pairs of shoes.
People have a 50 percent chance of needing LTC at some point in life, and about 30 percent of people who do may need care for five years or more, according to a new study by LifePlans, Inc. Being in denial about this could be the worst thing you ever do to the people who love you.
The employee education program for the Federal government’s group long-term care insurance program in 2002 beat Donald Trump to The Apprentice.
Today’s turbulent economy is forcing Americans who value their independence over anything else to find new ways to remain financially secure into old age. Long-term care insurance can play a huge role in that picture, but there are two other things you can do of which you may not be aware.
Are you that one? Do you have children or other loved ones who will suffer if you don’t plan for long-term care? Book a time TODAY as time is almost out to get a policy that doesn’t charge women more.
If you are a woman who wants to keep your independence as you age, this article is for you.
Give your children the meaningful present of planning for long-term care so they don’t have to handle it for you.
Why in the world would anyone want to buy long-term care insurance without home care? There are other really good reasons besides the significant premium savings.
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.
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.