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The "600 pound gorilla" in the room no senior wants to talk about

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Discover for yourself how Obamacare will change your retirement plans...more than anyone in Washington is willing to admit.  For a limited time you can get Rick's new book"You're Gonna Need A Bigger Boat:How Obamacare Threatens Americans' Retirement Savings FREE by calling 855-340-SAFE (7233)

In this episode, Rick asks the question:

Is long term care insurance really the best or ONLY choice when it comes to planning for nursing home care?

Statistics prove 1 out of every 2 Americans will spend some time in a nursing home. Yet even with those statistics only 5 out of every 100 American seniors have a long term care policy. In this episode of Safe Money Radio with Rick Liuag, Rick explains why long term care insurance is not the best choice for your long term care protection and why. He introduces his listeners to a new and better alternative to traditional long term care insurance that will not only provide better long term care benefits but protect you money at the same time.

Also in this episode Rick explains why Obamacare creates the greatest threat every to American retiree's retirement savings and why, along with practical common sense advice on how to protect yourself from the negative repurcussions of the new law.

Rick Liuag, author of "What You Can Do If  Can't Afford the New Obamacare Health Plans" and "You're Gonna Need A Bigger Boat: How Obamacare Threatens Your Retirement Savings," is president of Rick Liuag Insurance Agency.  He advises seniors and business owners nationwide on how to protect, preserve and prolong their retirement savings.  Call 1-855-340-7233 to arrange a consultation with Rick or to get a copy of his latest book.

File under: #longtermcareinsurance, long-term-care, senior issues, retirement planning,

 

 

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