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LTC Tree updates our Long Term Care Insurance blog daily with cutting edge stories and breaking news in the rapidly evolving LTC industry.  This Long Term Care Insurance blog offers readers tips and ideas on ways to save you money when buying this type of insurance.  We always start with the foundation concept that Long Term Care Insurance is like any insurance, you may buy this and never even use it.  Thus, finding that balance between too much insurance and too little is what we help our clients achieve.

16
OCT
2017

Long Term Care Decisions

Thinking about deciding on a policy that best suits you? It’s a lot easier than it sounds. Many people either don’t know the facts or are unaware of the major costs of long term care. Even if you have a great retirement plan, it can’t save you from the high...
27
SEP
2017

Secure Your Future

It’s never too early to start planning for your future. With all of the changes with medicaid and medicare, you can’t rely on just that to cover all of your expenses post-retirement. Especially because you don’t know what the future holds and if you will need...
20
SEP
2017

When is the RIGHT time to invest in your LTC Policy?

Expenses can be a huge stressor in life. The last thing many people want to do is purchase an insurance policy that will add to their list of bills and expenses. However, many of those people will end up having to shell out much of their life savings just to afford a portion of...
17
AUG
2017

Don’t Outlive Your Money

There are many benefits to having a long term care plan in place. If you want to protect your family and assets then you should definitely think about enrolling in a plan. The main concern is that you don’t want to outlive your money. Many people don’t expect to need...
09
AUG
2017

Why Retirement Plans Don’t Save You From Long Term Care

Many people believe that having a retirement plan in place will keep you financially afloat post-retirement. However, even with a substantial amount of money in a retirement account it is always better to have a long term care policy in place. Having a long term care policy will...
24
JUL
2017

Don’t Get Stuck with Your Parents’ Junk

When parents pass away, there is usually only a small amount of time for you to go through their house and decide what you should keep and giveaway. If you don’t take care of it as soon as you can then you may end up stuck with a lot of junk that you don’t know what...
24
JUN
2017

Should you buy Hybrid or Traditional Long Term Care Insurance?

The Go-Go 1990’s The year was 1999 and like the dot-com era of companies such as Pets.com, things were sky high for the Long Term Care Insurance Industry and the financial industry in general.  Banks and Insurance companies were flush with cash and interest rates were at a...
20
JUN
2017

LTC coverage when you actually need it

The biggest concerns for people when considering whether or not to purchase LTC insurance are will they be able to afford it and will it provide enough coverage. But, due to the failure of two long-term care insurers, a whole new concern has been brought into the picture. Will...
20
JUN
2017

Looking for Father’s Day Ideas?

Long-term care (LTC) is not something everyone is constantly thinking about as they get older. Many people do not begin thinking about it until they need it, and by then they end up having to pay for all of the services theirself. These services include medical and non-medical...
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