Paying for Long-Term Care

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Paying for Health Care and Long Term Care Expenses

Who Will Pay The Tab? 

For Many- Their Children Will Pay


 75% Americans Have No Long-Term Care Insurance*

Medicare Will Not Pay For Long-Term Care*

Medicaid Pays For 50% of Nursing Home Stays*

Previously, the Only LTC Payment Options Were:

  1. Self-insure. The dangers here are obvious. Unless you have substantial retirement savings, at almost $70,000-$100,000 per year for long-term care alone, one can deplete a sizable nest egg in a hurry.
  2. Purchase private long-term care insurance at a cost of $3,000 to 4,500 per year, per person, (and rising). In the event that long-term care is not needed, this premium is not refunded. It is money lost.

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