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Tag Archives: Insurance
So, you’ve done your homework and due diligence and decided that purchasing long term care insurance is an appropriate investment . . . but what happens when you actually need to file a claim and start using it? Well, it’s … Continue reading
In financial planning, one of the first things young parents do is buy life insurance to ensure their family is properly taken care of, should something happen to one of the parents. After all, who doesn’t want to take care … Continue reading
Familiar with the old adage “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”? Well, the vast majority of policymakers have been aware for some time that America’s long term care system is “broke;” unfortunately, no one can come to a consensus … Continue reading
AARP, along with other groups representing seniors’ interests, has drawn a hard line in the sand when it comes to Medicare cuts being considered in this tough economic time. Their stance? Say “NO” to all Medicare and Medicaid cuts, as … Continue reading
As an adult child confronting the long term care needs of your elderly parents, you probably begin to wonder how you will be able to cover your potential need for long term care in the future. Along those lines, you … Continue reading
With Prudential and MetLife exiting the line of long term care insurance providers, the question arises of whether long term care insurance as we know it is to become extinct. The answer, seemingly enough, is “yes” and “no.” If you … Continue reading
Thousands of financial advisors market themselves as trained to provide investment advice to seniors, using authoritative-sounding titles like “certified senior advisor” or “certified retirement counselor.” But often these designations are nothing more than what are called “weekend” designations, obtained by … Continue reading