LTC in the News: Long-term care insurance: Why those in their 70s should act now

April 17th, 2024

Long-term care insurance isn't a product that most younger adults are racing to get their hands on. However, the need for this type of insurance grows exponentially as you age.

LTC in the News: What is a long-term care insurance cash policy?

April 16th, 2024

Have you thought about purchasing long-term care insurance? With most American retirees needing long-term care at some point in their retirement, it's important to plan for the cost of that care. And that care isn't cheap. Though long-term care insurance can help cover that cost, different policy types may do so in different ways. 

LTC in the News: When should seniors in their 70s buy long-term care insurance?

April 3rd, 2024

Shopping for long-term care insurance in your 70s can be stressful. After all, premiums for this type of insurance typically increase with age and rejection can be a real concern for seniors. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't consider coverage at all. 

LTC in the News: Does long-term care insurance still make sense for 75 year-olds?

April 2nd, 2024

Deciding whether to purchase long-term care insurance in your 50s may be a relatively easy decision to make. At that age, insurance premiums may still be affordable, and at a younger age, you're more likely to qualify for coverage. 

LTC in the News: As America’s population ages, women shoulder the burden as primary caregivers

April 1st, 2024

As older Americans’ needs for medical care and other support grow, women bear the biggest part of the burden of caring for them.