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Tag: Suze Orman
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.
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.
Give your children the meaningful present of planning for long-term care so they don’t have to handle it for you.
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.