The Back-up Plan

The Back-up Plan

The costs of long-term care and its corresponding insurance are only expected to get worse, but there are several alternatives to make sure clients get the care they need.

In a perfect world, clients with the desire and ability to purchase long-term care insurance could easily obtain an affordable policy, pay the premiums for the foreseeable future, and then be guaranteed that the insurance company will be willing and able to pay for any and all care and support that clients might need in their declining years.

But that is not the world in which we currently operate, and the costs of both long-term care and the corresponding insurance are unlikely to be

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