Are you considering your extended family’s thoughts and feelings? Best to supervise care rather than worrying about loss of income, finances and family burdens & tension from providing care.

The need for long-term care insurance (LTCI) is as robust as ever. But because the costs of long-term care have consistently continued to rise, and the likelihood that the need for care will arise is high due to extended life expectancy from advanced medical technology, the need for future life-style support is greater than past generations.

Therefore, many carriers have raised premium levels on traditional LTCI to the point where most middle-income clients find it difficult to consider pursing a policy. Further, carriers often impose much stricter underwriting requirements today—meaning that the client’s medical history is now examined more closely, making it more difficult for many clients to even qualify for LTCI. And because of these changes, several major LTCI carriers have pulled out of the market.

 With choices more limited and costs more prohibitive, a discussion with a professional on your likelihood of needing LTCI, as well as your personal financial situation should be the first move. At Your Life Security, we review your personal situation and assess what options would be more cost effective, a traditional LTCI plan or, depending on your health and age, a hybrid product that includes life insurance or an annuity.

The benefit of a LTCI Asset-Based or Life Insurance combo (hybrid) is that it eliminates the risk you will never require long-term care coverage while the life insurance policy or annuity continues to provide a standard death benefit—either in the form of life insurance death proceeds or annuity payouts. It also solves other issues associated with the question of how to invest the 401K funds.

Because the cost of long-term care continues to rise, many clients may also wish to purchase inflation protection, which is designed to ensure that the contract value grows at a rate that keeps pace with the actual costs of long-term care. And long-term care policies don’t always last forever. They last as long as the contractual agreed amount. Typically, individuals purchase a policy ranging from two, usually three or four years. Once they end, people need to tap their other assets (self-fund) if they still need care.

With the help of Your Life Security, choosing an Asset-Based or Life Insurance combo (hybrid) products designed to fill the gaps left by a traditional LTCI can give you the peace of mind knowing your well-being is well secured.

Contact us for your complimentary quote today.

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