About Long Term Care Insurance

Is Long Term Care Insurance Too Expensive?

It certainly can be, especially if you lack specific advice that fits your personal circumstances.

The Facts Are Clear

Anyone with even a passing experience with Alzheimer's, stroke, Parkinson's or elder frailty can appreciate the severity and financial devastation of these all-too-common life events and the inevitable care required.  This is why long term care insurance (LTCI) protection can be important.  At least 70% of people over the age of 65 will need long term care services at some point.

With life expectancy continuing to rise, the need for long term care insurance is also increasing for Americans.  The number of Americans age 55 and older will almost double between now and 2030 - from 60 million today to 107.6 million.  On a national average, nursing home care costs more than $83,950 a year.  With cost rising alongside age, it is important for customers to fully understand all of the facts about long term care insurance in order to best prepare them for the future.

Will you have that kind of money to spare?

Plan your future with the assistance of an experienced LTCI specialist.