Long Term Care Planning Guides
From The American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Long Term Care Insurance Information - Ways To Reduce Costs
Plus Smart Planning Tips
HOW TO GET THE INFORMATION YOU WANT
Take a few minutes to read the 4 guides below. They address most of the common questions we get from consumers. You can simply click on the READ NOW button and they will each open up for you.
To find out what long-term care insurance costs (and if you can health qualify) you will need to speak with a knowledgeable LTC insurance agent. When you Request A Quote we will direct your information to an expert member of the Association. The info will go to 1 person only and will be private. They will connect with you - and there is absolutely NO obligation.
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The guides below were produced by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance and were first published in Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine.
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Simply click on the Read Now buttons below.
How much long term care insurance coverage is the right amount?
What are the real risks of needing long term care?
What's the best age to start long term care planning?
What are some simple ways to reduce the cost? A 3-Step Guide was published in Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine (November 2010). Answers to Common Questions was published in Kiplinger's May 2011. Valuable Information for 40-to-60 Year Olds appeared in the November 2012 edition of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine/
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Speak with your insurance or financial professional. It pays to connect with a knowledgeable long-term care insurance professional. He or she can get you the best coverage for the best cost. There should never be a cost or obligation when you request this information.
We gladly answer long term care insurance questions
If you have questions about long-term care insurance protection or even a policy you or a parent may have purchased, feel free to contact the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance by phone at (818) 597-3227. We are here to help get you the information you need to make better decisions.
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The American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance appreciates these leading companies for their continuing commitment to educate Americans about the importance of long term care planning.