Long-term Care Insurance May Protect Your Financial Future

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Long-term Care Insurance May Protect Your Financial Future

  1. 1. Its difficult to watch ourselves age. Its also difficult to watch our parents age. Its even more difficult when it comes to figuring out how to help them when the time comes. This type of help can be anything from somefinancial assistance, a few trips to the doctors office, orhelping them find a long term care facility they - or you - can afford. Perhaps you and your parents should have considered buying some long term care insurance years ago. But what is long term care insurance?
  2. 2. Long term care insurance is an excellent investment, no matter what age you are when you buy your policy.Unfortunately, too many of us ignore the fact that we aregoing to get old someday, and we put off anything to dowith forcing us to deal with our own mortality. Until its almost too late.
  3. 3. And so we wait, usually until its too late. By the time we see that our spouse might be needing some rehab or nursing services, the actual insurance premiums can be prohibitive.
  4. 4. However, dollar for dollar, long term care insurance is oneof the most affordable insurances on the market in terms of what you get for your money. This type of insurance provides exactly what it promises - funds to pay for longterm care - whether in a medical facility such as a nursing home, or even at home.
  5. 5. The policies can be customized to your needs, or at least, what you think these needs might be. Even though its impossible to tell the future, you can always get agood idea of what you should add to these policies simply by understanding your familys medical history. If your family has a history of coronary heart disease in their 50s, you should seriously consider the best possiblecoverage if at all possible. In reality, you cant afford not to.
  6. 6. Depending on the insurance company will depend ofcourse on your policy now, and what type of add ons andoptions you are able to buy at later dates. For instance, ifyour 62 year old husband is in a head on collision and you find that he will need extensive long term care, you may or may not be able to increase your policy to suit the current situation.
  7. 7. In the end, youll be glad to have this type of coverage whether its for your parents, or for yourself.
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