Monday, October 14th, 2013 and is filed under Financial Planning Blogs, Long term care, Saving for Retirement
One of the consequences of all of the turmoil in our economy over the last few years has been companies reducing retirement benefits. Whether you are happily married, divorced, or divorcing, this can have major repercussions – especially for women.
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Tuesday, January 29th, 2013 and is filed under Insurance-based products, Long term care, Saving for Retirement
Hitting that century mark or even living well into our nineties is hard to fathom––so much so, that a lot of us are guilty of just ignoring the “what ifs” of making it that far in life. However, for women, facts show that we ARE living longer and longer. This is great news but living longer may create some pretty severe financial challenges. It’s a smart idea to put a solid long term care plan in place, either by saving for it or through long term care insurance planning … the sooner, the better. Read More
Tuesday, March 27th, 2012 and is filed under Long term care, Uncategorized
Have you considered who is going to take care of you in your later years? Do you deem the child who can’t even put on matching socks qualified? You may require professional care – especially if your condition requires serious medical attention. Long term care is a growing business, and the earlier you invest –the better! According to the National Center for Policy Analysis, a nonpartisan Dallas-based public policy advocacy organization, more than half of all people who enter nursing homes spend between $65,700 and $328,500 per year. Most experts agree that buying LTC insurance before you turn 60 is a wise decision.