If you live to 62, your
average life expectancy is 82 if you are a man and 88 if
you are a woman. The likelihood that you'll need
long-term care when you are older is about 1 in 2. And
with the average cost of long term care in California at
more than $190 a day and rising, you probably won't want
the costs coming out of your pocket, or the pockets of
your loved ones.
So in this audio, you'll hear about different types of
long term care insurance and how to decide which one
might be right for you. You'll hear tips on how to
minimize the costs of your premiums for the long run
without sacrificing the amount of care you'll receive
when you need it.
You'll Also Hear…
• The five questions you should ask yourself before
considering this type of insurance
• Why you'll want to make sure your insurance company is
rated A+ – or better
• Ways to limit what you pay in long-term care premiums
• What "term-certain" insurance is and why you may not
want to take the risk in getting it
• When to get long-term care insurance – in your 40s,
50s or 60s?
The problem with long-term care is that you can't know
how much you're going to need until you actually need
it. So it's important to plan for the worst and hope for
the best. If you like what you hear and would like a no
cost consultation about your personal or business
financial situation, call toll free in the US only
1-866-505-7272. This audio is about a half an hour long.