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Long-Term Care Insurance

Unlike traditional health insurance, Long-Term Care Insurance is designed to cover long-term services and supports, including personal and custodial care in a variety of settings such as your home, a community organization, or other facility.

Long-term care insurance policies reimburse policyholders a daily amount (up to a pre-selected limit) for services to assist them with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, or eating. You can select a range of care options and benefits that allow you to get the services you need, where you need them.

The cost of your long-term care policy is based on:

  • How old you are when you buy the policy

  • The maximum amount that a policy will pay per day

  • The maximum number of days (years) that a policy will pay

  • The maximum amount per day times the number of days determines the lifetime maximum amount that the policy will pay.

  • Any optional benefits you choose, such as benefits that increase with inflation

If you are in poor health or already receiving, long-term care benefits you may not qualify for long-term care insurance as most individual policies require medical underwriting. In some cases, you may be able to buy a limited amount of coverage, or coverage at a higher “non-standard” rate.  Some group policies do not require underwriting.

People are living longer than ever before. But as you age, the chance that you’ll need help to manage a chronic illness or disability also increases.

In fact, according to the U.S. government, almost 70% of those 65 and over will require some type of long-term care. While private health insurance and Medicare will help pay hospital and doctor bills, they won’t typically cover the costs associated with extended in-home or nursing facility care, which, at $40,000-$80,000 per year, can quickly run through your personal savings. See how long-term care insurance can help protect your nest egg and save you from becoming a burden on loved ones.

Traditional Long Term Care Insurance
Hybrid Long Term Care Insurance