Have you avoided selling long-term care (LTC) because it’s too confusing, expensive for clients, or risky for you? Have you ever wanted to learn how to sell LTC in a way that makes both you and your clients feel great? We get it. Selling LTC is hard.
At CLTC® we’ve seen professionals in all types of industries—legal, accounting, insurance, financial, and more—struggle to explain the importance of LTC to their clients and worry about whether they’re offering clients the right LTC product.
But it IS possible to learn the ins and outs of LTC in a simple way, sell it to clients with ease, and protect and increase your revenue.
For almost 20 years, CLTC® has helped thousands of professionals gain knowledge of long-term care and what decisions must be made well before care is needed in order to protect their clients’ families from the emotional, physical and financial devastation that a need for extended care can cause.
To kick-start your journey to selling LTC with ease, we created a FREE ebook, The Advisor’s Guide to Long-Term Care Conversations and Solutions: How to talk to clients about extended care, create meaningful care plans, and increase your profitability
This ebook is the perfect tool for advisors in many different industries to learn…
- The most important elements of an affordable plan that protects your clients, their families, and their assets.
- Key points of Medicaid, VA, and Medicare policies that help you understand LTC planning issues and convey them to clients.
- The most common client objections to purchasing an LTC plan.
Ready to make learning about and selling LTC simple? Enter your name and email in the form below and we’ll deliver The Advisor’s Guide to Long-Term Care Conversations and Solutions: How to talk to clients about extended care, create meaningful care plans, and increase your profitability right to your inbox!
If you’re avoiding having conversations about LTC with your clients, you’re doing both yourself and your clients a disservice. You can and should have clear, straightforward LTC discussions to protect your clients’ future, the future of their loved ones, and your profitability.