Are you aware of the fact that 70% people ages 65 and older will require some period of ongoing care at some point in their lives?
Have you ever wondered how the need for Long-Term Care could impact your retirement plans and overall financial picture? Long-Term Care is the need for ongoing assistance and/or supervision when you are unable to perform the activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, eating, toileting, transferring and incontinence). Often care is needed at an older age, but the need for Long-Term Care can also be needed due to an illness or accident at a younger age.
How can I benefit from Long-Term Care?
- Long-Term Care Insurance can alleviate the burden on your loved ones for your care
- It will help protect your assets in the event you need care
- Tax deductible*
- Health Insurance will only cover for acute or short-term illness
- Disability Insurance covers the loss of income not your need for care
- Medicare will only cover up to 100 days of skilled care following hospitalization
Are you aware that there are hybrid insurance policies that combine Life Insurance and Long-Term Care Insurance?
We can help you design the plan that will best suit your needs. We offer options from multiple carriers, ensuring that we choose the best plan to meet your specific needs. There are many variables that go into selecting the correct policy: what benefit amount do you need, what benefit period should you select, do you need an inflation rider, etc.?
Many ask when is the right age to apply? The answer is there is no right or wrong answer.
- Buying today will insure you in the future
- Premiums are lower the younger you apply
- Your health can change at any time and a health change may make you ineligible to apply for coverage
Long-Term Care Insurance is a valuable enhancement to your financial plan. When thinking of financial planning, most often, one is thinking of building your assets for retirement. However, protecting your assets is just as important, and by securing Long-Term Care Insurance, you are doing just that.
As a business owner or self-employed individual they can deduct 100% of long-term care premiums up to the 2019 and 2018 eligible premiums.
|Up to age 40||$420 (2019) and $410 (2018)|
|41-50||$790 (2019) and $770 (2018)|
|51-60||$1580 (2019) and $1530 (2018)|
|61-70||$4220 (2019) and $4090 (2018)|
|Over 70||$5270 (2019) and $5110 (2018)|