Long-Term Care Insurance has become an important part of retirement planning. The American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance, a national consumer group, reports that buyers are getting even younger as more people plan.
One of the biggest involuntary risks we face is Long Term Health Care. Fidelity Investments, one of the largest mutual fund and financial services groups in the world, makes suggestions which includes planning with affordable
Who will take care of you when you are old? Most of us should start thinking about this as we plan our future retirements. This article from CBS Boston talks about the need for Long-Term Care Insurance.
Some people think Medicare, which is the health insurance for those 65 and over will cover Long Term Health Care costs. In fact, it pays very little. For those under 65, normal health insurance also pays very little.
A leading Long-Term Care Planning expert tells teachers that planning for Long Term Health Care is even more important now that many states are looking at changing how teacher’s retirements are funded.