Why Purchase Long Term Care Insurance

Why Purchase Long Term Care Insurance


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Why are we purchasing Long Term Care?  Some significant trends are impacting the long-term care insurance industry.  Heightened consumer awareness, younger buyers, reformulated products and the intensification of multi-life sales –have led to a steady growth of long-term care insurance policies. The industry is benefiting…

Understanding Life Insurance


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 What Type of Life Insurance is Best for You? Life can be confusing and complicated at times. And buying life insurance can be one of those times-but it doesn’t need to be. Understanding the different types of life insurance can be easier than you think…

Long Term Care Insurance FAQ


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#1 – “Am I too young to consider buying LTC Insurance” Presently 40% of the people in the U.S. receiving Long Term Care are of working ages between 18-64 and 60% of the folks are 65 and older. Planning to seriously look at this Insurance…

Long Term Care


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What is Long-Term Care? Individuals need long-term care when a chronic condition, trauma, or illness limits their ability to carry out basic self-care tasks, called activities of daily living (ADLs), (such as bathing, dressing or eating), orinstrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) (such as household chores, meal preparation,…

Long Term Disability Insurance


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What is long term disability insurance? Long Term Disability (LTD) picks up where short-term disability (STD) leaves off. Once your STD benefits expire (generally after three to six months), the LTD policy pays you a percentage of your salary (usually 50, 60, or 66 2/3…