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Women are Today’s Financial Decision Makers. What are They Doing?

Women are Today’s Financial Decision Makers. What are They Doing?

March 5th, 2020
Most of us understand that women get impacted by long-term care both as the first caregiver and then as the person who needs care later in life. Since women live longer they are at greater risk. It now makes sense that women have become the decision makers.
Study Shows More American Families Benefiting from Long-Term Care Insurance

Study Shows More American Families Benefiting from Long-Term Care Insurance

March 5th, 2020
In 2019 the major insurance companies paid American families over $11 Billion in benefits from their affordable Long-Term Care Insurance policies.
Big Difference – Long-Term Care Insurance Premiums Can Vary 100%

Long-Term Care Insurance Premiums Can Vary 100%

September 17th, 2019
A study shows Long-Term Care Insurance premiums can vary as much as 100% or more from one company to another. As you plan for the financial costs and burdens of aging before you retire be sure to shop for the most affordable coverage.
Super Bowl Owner Falls to Alzheimer’s as Super Crooner Diagnosed

Super Bowl Owner Falls to Alzheimer’s as Super Crooner Diagnosed

August 4th, 2019
One man lost his battle to Alzheimer’s as another man gets diagnosed. Because they are well known the world knows but the impact of dementia, including Alzheimer’s hits many American families.
Age 55 and Older? Here's How to Live Independently While Staying Healthy

How to Live Independently While Staying Healthy

August 4th, 2019
As we get older, we become more concerned about our health and safety for ourselves and our loved ones. Being independent is usually goal one. A few simple steps will help all of us as we get older.
Medicaid Not the Goal for Long-Term Care Planning

Medicaid is Never the Goal or Solution for Long-Term Care Planning

August 4th, 2019
Be cautious of schemes that would allow you to hide or give-away assets in order to qualify for Medicaid’s long-term care benefit. Federal law provides middle and upper-middle class families to way to protect savings and provide for quality care.
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