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Alan Caldwell is a long term care insurance specialist. He has lived in Ann Arbor for the past 14 years, and has an MBA from the University of Michigan. Alan has been very involved in the long term care world since he started Senior Helpers four and a half years ago. He continues to own that local in-home care agency, but has turned over day-to-day administration to two very capable managers. Last fall, Alan switched full-time to the planning side of long term care, helping individuals and couples better understand their options for long term care insurance.
Sharon will be talking with Alan about some common misconceptions about long term care insurance and answer some frequently asked questions.
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Being the "The Senior Expert" I am often asked what is it and should I buy it? My guest Sam Torres has 28 year of experience in long term care insurance. He will answer questions like, What does it cover? When should you buy it? The number of insurance companies offering this has gone from 30 to 10. Sam will explain how companies are rated and how find the policy for you or your parents. Imagine you are going to buy a plan, how much is it?
We'll be speaking with Mark Maurer, President and CEO of Low Load Insurance Services, an insurance broker that only deals with Fee-Only advisors and their clients in the area of life, disability and long term care insurance.
Let's ask Mark some tough questions like what's the difference between term and permanent insurance like whole life, universal life and variable life.
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September is Life Insurance Awareness Month
There’s a growing crisis of too many Americans not having adequate life insurance protection. According to the industry research group LIMRA, 30 percent of US households have no life insurance whatsoever. Today there are 11 million fewer American households covered by life insurance compared with six years ago. Here’s the bottom line: A majority of families either have no life insurance or not enough, leaving them one accident or terminal illness away from a financial catastrophe for their loved ones.
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What is Long-Term Care Insurance? It is designed to help pay for long-term medical and non-medical services that would otherwise be paid out-of-pocket. Some policies cover nursing home care, while others include coverage for an entire range of services such as care in an adult day care center, assisted living, medical equipment, and formal and informal home care. Long-term care policies pay benefits for you and anyone else you designate, such as your spouse, parent or child. Depending on the p