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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.

27
OCT
2017

Are Millennials Being Smarter About There Future?

As surprising as it may be, millennials are in fact planning ahead for their long term care over baby boomers. Interestingly enough, majority of the baby boomers have not taken action in regards to preparing for their future. According to Senior Housing News, only 1 in 5 people...
26
OCT
2017

Adults Worried About LTC Costs

Once you are getting close to retirement and long term care, many start to stress about the cost of long term care. Not being able to afford it is one of their biggest concerns. Many surveys suggest that many people will not be prepared financially to handle the impact of growing...
24
OCT
2017

In the News: Technology Incentives for Purchasing Policies

USA Today released an article about a new trend of insurance providers offering discounted technology when you purchase a policy. They specifically referenced John Hancock, offering Apple Watches for $25 when you enroll in a life insurance policy. Under the stipulation that you...
23
OCT
2017

Policies that Benefit Your Family

When you have a family that you could potentially be leaving behind. You want to make sure you and your loved ones will be protected and you are receiving the optimal benefits. Luckily, there is an option to combine long term care and and life insurance that can give you long...
19
OCT
2017

How to Pay for Long Term Care

Long term care is very costly. Even if you have an insurance policy the premiums can be somewhat high. However, what some fail to realize is how much this will save you financially, once you need long term care. Long term care is almost impossible to afford if you don’t...
18
OCT
2017

Long Term Care – Why You Need It.

Do you have an extra $80,000/year to spend post retirement? Statistics show that this is the average cost of long term care. Most people are unable to afford such a hefty price, but even more so, are unaware of how expensive it can be. Whether it’s you or your loved ones...
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...
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