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Long term care insurance

By Terry Savage on December 19, 2021 | Insurance & Annuities

Hi Terry,
I’m 59 years old and I’m considering ltc insurance. How do I chose a ltc insurer that I know will be around for 15 or more years if I should need it then. Also what do you think of paying the 100k or more policy so I get locked in. Are there still yearly premium increases. Thank you

Terry Says

If you buy a combo life/LTC policy with an immediate deposit you get inflation protection and no future increases. This is the preferred way to buy if you have the cash. And I definitely think these policies buy more than LTC; they give you peace of mind! Plus, if you don’t use the care portion of the policies, your beneficiary gets a death benefit.

I suggest you contact Brian Gordon of Murray A. Gordon Associates at 800-533-6242 (in Northwest suburbs) to get good, reliable and trusted advice on this purchase. You can use my name, or not, as I get nothing out of this recommendation but the knowledge that you will be well-treated.

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