We are all living longer today. Living longer, however, carries concerns for you about how you will pay for your care when you can no longer care for yourself.
And your chances of living longer presents concerns for you as to whether your family and loved ones will be burdened by your care needs.
Government studies show you have a 70% chance of needing care at some point in your life. And contrary to what you might believe, private health insurance and Medicare will not cover your costs.
Currently, the 2016 nationwide average cost of care for a private room in a nursing facility is $240.00 day or $87,600 per year. The average costs increase with inflation by approximately 4% per year.
Securing your future with planning will allow you to protect your retirement assets, enable you to receive your care with dignity in the setting of your choice, and most importantly will guarantee you will not burden your loved ones with caregiving responsibilities.
Wouldn't it be nice to work with a truly independent and unbiased agent that will help you to review the rates of every company in the marketplace to allow you to instantly compare quotes on an apples-to-apples basis?
Did you know your rates can differ by as much as 80% for the exact same benefits?
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Hybrid long term care policies that combine LTC benefits with life insurance or annuities are increasingly growing in popularity.
What's the appeal?
Well, the appeal is simple to understand.
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An important part of your planning is understanding the current cost of care where you live today, or where you might ultimately retire to.
Discover the current 2016 Cost of Care in your City or State for Home Health Aides and Homemaker Services, Assisted Living Facilities, and Skilled Nursing Facilities.
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We recognize that navigating your various options is confusing. Rest assured, we promise to provide you with transparent access to the insurance costs and benefits of all available policies to help you make an informed and educated decision.
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RWP, Corvallis, OR More testimonials
“"Although we are in our mid-50s and in good health, my wife and I decided that we should explore Long Term Care (LTC) insurance to mitigate future risks to our financial portfolio and health care. We explored self-funding, single payment, and various other LTC options. Unlike our experience with a reputable agent from a highly regarded mutual insurance company, Jack was willing to examine the details of all of these options with us to find the most cost-effective policy that met our needs. He is well-informed on how LTC policies have changed over the years, and the direction that they are headed in the future (e.g., gender specific pricing). While we hope to never use our LTC policies, we worked successfully with Jack to ensure that we would not be a financial burden to our children in the future. I would highly recommend Jack and www.ltcpartner.com for anyone that is considering LTC options for their future peace of mind. ”
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